Skip to main content

Full text of "Antioch News 05/30/2003"

See other formats


<**-; 



■ *■* *»>-»•. 





FOUNDED 1886. 



MAY 30-JUNE 5, 2003 



75 cents 




STUDENT LEADERS I 



Lakeland Newspapers salutes the 

2003 student leaders. 

A look at Lake County's Tutu re. 

See Insert 





oth houses approve Osmond's 
fire protection legislation 

Next stop: Gov. Blagojevich 



By JUUE MURPHY 
Staff Reporter 



Fire protection legislation' co- 
sponsored by Rep. JoAnn Osmond 
(R-Antioch) has made its way 
through both houses and will be 
sent to Gov. Rod Blagojevich for final 
consideration. 

"These measures reflect the 
important roles bur firefighters play 
in our everyday lives," said Osmond, 
a member of the Appropriations*' 
Public Safety Committee. "I will, in 
the months and years ahead, push 
for additional legislation designed to 
facilitate fire protection and other- 
public safety measures." 

Five house bills all benefit fire 
departments and fire protection dis- 
tricts. From - assistance with pur- 
. chasing new equipment to imposing-. 
fines on those who "continually and 
falsely pull fire alarms, the new laws 
are intended to better protect the 
public. 

. The loan funds offered through 
one of these will be paid out of a 
newly created Fire:Truck Revolving 
Loan Fund and will allow for zero- , 
interest loans through the.; Illinois 
Rural Bond Bank for the purchase of 
capital improvement projects. 

"This will really help the small 
departments that wouldn't be able 
to handle short term loans with 
interest/'.said Osmond. 

Loans would' not exceed 
$250,000 for any.dcpartment or dis- 



trict, and could be carried for a max- ance ratings. "This also saves a sig- 

imumof20years. nificant amount of money," she 

Osmond said that the issuing of said, 
mandates combined with a "listless Other measures will subject 

economy" have led fire departments those who repeatedly cause false fire 

and fire protection districts to cut alarms to civil penalties determined 



already-slim budgets. 

'It is important that we rec- 
ognize and honor our fire 

department heros -for 

putting their lives on the 

line each and every time 

they respond to a call for 

help.* 

JoAnn Osmond 

"In order for our .firefighters to 
perforin their jobs adequately and 



by the appropriate fire protection 
district's board of trustees. Osmond 
added, "This will help ensure that 
adequate fire-fighting equipment 
will be available for legitimate emer- 
gencies." 

Awareness programs will be 
established to ensure departments 
and districts are aware of what pur- 
chases are tax-exempt as well as how 
to .claim the exemption. An equip- 
ment exchange program will be 
established by the state fire marshal 
to allow equipment to be donated 
between departments and districts, 

. Finally, traffic control signal pre- 
emption devices will be further reg- 



effectively, it is important for them ulated to ensure they are used for 
to have the necessary _ ' ; their intended purposes. 



and up-to-date equip- 
ment available," she 
said.' "This-- measure 
serves as a shining testa- 
ment! to the. important 
roles these individuals 
play in our everyday 
lives." 

Osmond said she 
and" her task force col- 
leagues observed that- 
departments and dis 




Osmond 



Fines of $1-5,000 may be 
imposed. 

"It is important 
that we recognize and 
honor our fire depart- 
ment heroes for putting 
their lives on. the line 
each and every time they 
respond to a call for 
help," said Osmond. 
"They continually go 
above and beyond the 



tricts with better equipment and call of duty to protect and ensure, 
superior training have lower insur- the public's safety." 



* Wal-Mart close to breaking ground 

Planning and zoning board approves final plat 



By JULIE MURPHY 
Staff Reporter 



With the final plat approved by 
the combined planning and zoning 
board, Wal-Mart is well on its way to 
"becoming a reality. 

Bob Silhan, director of planning 
and zoning for the Village of Antioch 
said, "Staff .recommended approval 
as this plan is in substantial confor- 
mance with the preliminary plan." 

the board. approved the mea- 



sure 5-0 with one absent and the 
matter will move to the village 
board. "It should be on the agenda 
for June 2," said Silhan. 

He added the developer hopes to 
break ground on the super center of 
203,000 square feet at the end of July. 

"I think this very optimistic," 
Silhan said. "They have bids- to go 
out. I expect that it will take some- 
what longer than that." 

Additionally, at a previous vil-" 
lage boardmeetihg and in response 



to a question asked by Trustee 
Barbara Porch, Silhan said the devel- 
oper would not be able to break 
ground until all of the necessary per- 
mits are in place. 

This phase, the first of the pro- 
ject, will be built on 29.39 acres at 
the intersection of Deep Lake Road 
and Route 173. There will be an 
additional 7.3 acres where the water 
retention ponds will sit. This acreage 
has been rezoned to the new zoning 
category OS (open space). 




|BJ.^olt^fflb|^ille^}^F^'8741 straightens;. his, flag before;: 
pldlrigltr^liibertyvilie ' Memorial Day ^^^SG;"-!^^!^!^ 





m to ^m^m^ Ka y^^m^!^^Mm^ *.-. *■,■■ • ■■■■■•• 





A2 / Lakeland Newspapers 



COMMUNITY 



May 30, 2003 



X 



Parl^§i.fe8d§3ii^iajipiar summer 



5k, 

in 



on will be 



On Saturday, May 31,/' 
Antioch parks.and rccrcatioatjeuartr 
begin its Friends of lh£jH^ ry ro^inHjg^ 
2003. This first mectlng*onfie season wml be 
held at Centennial Park, located at 601 Anita, 
from 9 a.m.-noon. 

In general, the.group will meet on the last 
Saturday of every month at a designated park 
to do maintenance and clean up of each loca- 




\tion. Information about which park has been 

ted will be published In the village 

jetier as well as local newspapers, 

Friends of the Parks is open to anyone 

wishing to help care for and preserve 

Antloch's parks for residents in the years to 

come. 

For more information, call the parks office 
at 847-395-2160. 



Park department offers summertime opportunities 



The Antioch parks and recreation depart- 
ment is conducting registration for several 
summertime programs. 

A new session of horseback riding will 
begin on lune 4 and will continue through . 
lune 25. Classes are for those G-ycars old and 
older in either English or western riding. 

Lessons take place at Windance Acres in 
Lake Villa. 

Proper attire of long pants, boots or shoes 
with heels and a riding helmet is required. An 
indoor arena is available for inclement weather. 

Several dance classes for youngsters are 
available with the Toddler Class, Tumbling 



Tots and Preschool Tap and Ballet sessions 
beginning on June 9 and running for six 
weeks. 

Instruction is provided at the Dance 
Academy of Antioch, though registration is 
held through the parks department office. 

Saturday gymnastic classes will be held for 
those between the ages of 3 and 8 years on 
June 7. Times vary based on age. 

These classes are held at Gymnastics Zone. 

For specific times and fees or other infor- 
mation, call the parks department office at 
847-395-2160. Those interested should regis- 
ter one week prior to the start of class. 




Pomp and 
circumstance 

Julia Boldt receives a 
certificate for complet- 
ing the Antioch Parks 
and .Recreation 

Department's Camp 
Crayon pre-school 
from Camp Crayon 
Director Debbie 

Foerster. — Photo by 
Sandy Bressner 



THE POWER OF THE 



EQUITY MARKETS 






THE SAFETY OF CDS. 

POWER — With the 5 year Quarterly Reset MarketPowcr CD® you will 
receive a return based on the quarterly performance of the S&P 500 if held 
to maturity. 

SAFETY — Even if the market declines, 100% of your original deposit is 
protected if held to maturity and insured by the FDIC up to %i 00,000. In 
addition, the Quarterly-Reset MarketPower CD provides for a minimum. 
Annual Percentage Yield (APY) of 1.55%, if held to maturity. This APY is 
compounded and paid in its entirety at maturity. — 

"Vbur deposit is backed by Wachovia Bank, National Association, one of 
America's most well known and financially sound banks. The next 
Quarterly -Reset MarketPower CD offering will be June, 2003. The offer- 
ing is available for only a limited time. Please read the product description 
and supplement to understand the terms of the current offering. Call today 
for more information. 



77m Olsen 
Investment Officer 
505 Orchard 
Antioch, IL 60002 
847-838-3167 . 



: 




WkCHOVIA. 

Securities 



APY is lor 5 yoars, iho olloring is priced as of 5/29/03 and matures 5/29/08. There is a S2000 minimum deposit , 
•■S&P®" and "S&P500©" are trademarks ot iho McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. and have been licensed for use by 
Iho Bank. The S&P 500® Equity Links Certificates 0! Deposit are not sponsored, endorsed, sold or promoted by 
S&P and S&P makes no representation regarding the advisability of Investing In the S&P500® ELCDs. Tho 
MarketPower CD is an Equity Linked CD. The MarketPower CD may not be a suitable investment for all Investors, 
In' particular, no Investor should purchase the MarkelPower CD unless they understand and are able to bear the 
associated market, liquidity, and yield risks. II sold prior to maturity, the MarkelPower CD Is subject to market fluc- 
tuation .and may bo wonh more or less lhan the original value. Principal protection commitment Is backed by 
Wachovia Bank, National Association. There Is no bank guarantee for early withdrawal, Wachovia Securities the 
trade name under which Wachovia Corporation provides brokerage services through two registered broker-deal- 
ers: Wachovia Securities, Inc. mombor NYSE/SIPC, and Wachovia Securities Financial Network, inc. member 
NASD/SIPC. Each brokor dealer Is a separate non-bank aflillale of Wachovia Corporation. <D 2003 Wachovia 
Securities. 39551 5/03 . • 




(back row) Abby Coulter, Melissa Nlckles, Destiny Rentsch and Rosle Attlyeh, all 
Hillcrest Elementary first-graders, came up with the idea to collect money both , 
for children of Iraq and homeless children in the United States. They enlisted the 
help of (front row) Jackie Quintanilla, Samantha Daniels, Megan Morrill and 
Dominique Vacala and have raised nearly $400. 

Young fundraisers walk the talk 

Hillcrest first-graders take action to collect $400 in 
pennies for children in need 



By JUUE MURPHY 
Staff Reporter 



Eight philanthropists, all students of Joyce 
Kufalk's first grade class at Hillcrest Elementary, 
have acted on the idea of raising money for 
homeless children both here in (lie United States 
and Iraq. 

Rosle Attiyeh initially came up with the idea 
and her friends Abby Coulter, Melissa Nickles 
and Destiny Rentsch joined the effort to raise as 
many pennies as possible before the end of 
school. After giving speeches explaining their 
interest and intent to all four lunch periods, 
Samantha Daniels, Megan Morrill, Jackie 
Quintanilla and Dominique Vacala asked if they 
could help collect money. ; , 

"I.got the idea from 'Zoom,'". said Rosle. "I 
thought it would be a good idea to do this." 

As of May 14, the girls had raised $374.34. 
They will continue to collect pennies 



through May 23. 

"We hope to earn $500," said Abby. "We get 
more pennies every day." The girls said they are 
all friends and like doing things together. 

Kufalk said the girls made posters, wrote a 
speech with the help of one of the district's gifted 
teachers, Michele Kane, practiced the speech 
before their class and then made the lunchtime 
speeches. "The only thing I did was to send a let- 
ter home to let the parents knowabout the penny 
drive," she said. 

Anyone wishing to help the girls meet 
their goal can bring a donation, pennies or 
otherwise to the front office of Hillcrest, 
located at 433 W. Depot. 

"I am so proud of these girls," said Kufalk. 
?This was entirely their idea, they did all die work 
and gave the speech all on their ovvn. 1 didn't have 
anythingtodo with this. They are only 7 years old, 
and they are doing things'Uiat most of us didn't 
do until high school." 



Find out whaVs new at the box office 


NEWSPAPERS 


^^LakeLife ||ft 


weekly movie reviews and releases -^j^y 



cr £) Specializing in Dog & Cat Grooming... All Breeds I 







•• Tuos-Frl: 7:30 - 6:00 Sol: 8:30 - 3:00 



School Trained & Certified With An 
Open Loving Environment 

Same Day Service Available 
Pick-Up & Delivery 






847-838-3388 • 928 Main St • Antioch 



./ 



KINDERGARTEN 

Trinity Lutheran Youth Services 
Now Enrolling For Fall 2003 

A Christian Atmosphere Designed 

Specifically For Your 5 Year Old 

Full Day 8:45am-2:45pm 
j\ &^ Brttt Axelsson, M.A. Education 
-'KL^-ik Illinois Board Teacher Certified 
A Division of Little Lumbs Preschool 

k For more Info please call Peggy (847) 546-1 044, 
25519 W. Hwy 134, Ingleslde. 






•*~-4.^- 



May 30, 2003 



COMMUNITY 







Lakeland Newspapers/ A3 



* Little Miss Antioch 
turns inventor 

Student wins prize for creation 



Members of the Antioch VFW Honor Guard fire a salute during a Memorial Day Ceremony. Honor 
guard members included: Ron Harmon, David Gratz, .Terry Banser, Lester Plutz, Sam Lombard, 
* John Kurinec, and Walter Hartge. -Photo by J.W. Sternickle 

% VFW honors vets," offers flag education 

Memorial Day celebrations focus on the flag 



By JULIE MURPHY 
Staff Reporter 



This Memorial Day, many of the 
prayers and presentations by the 
VFW Post, Ladies Auxiliary, American 
Legion and the different levels of 
scouts, both honored veterans who 
fought to preserve the United States 
and focused on the flag. 

"Honor the heroic dead," said 
American Legion Chaplain Ron 
Btirron.'* '' ItV because of them that ■ 
our lives are free' Let us not remem- 
ber them in anguish." 

Nick Wilson, a member of Cub 
Scout Pack 190, recited "In Flander's 
Fields" by John McCrae that tells 



about the significance of the poppy. 
"We are the Dead. Short days ago. 
We lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow. 
Loved, and were loved, and now we 
lie in Flander's fields," she said. . 

Dalton Lukasik, also of Pack 
190, recited "Salute to the Flag" 
while Jack Schneider of Boy Scout 
Troop 92 recited "I Am Your Flag." 

At the request of scouts in his 
pack, leader Damien Lukasik read 
the "Flag Folding Ceremony" that 
explains the significance of each fold. 
. The first is the symbol of life; the i 
second a belief in eternal life; the third 
in remembrance of the veteran and on 
tlirough the 12Ui fold with. the "stars 
are uppermost, reminding us of our 



national motto 'In God We Trust."' 

Post Commander-elect Bill 

Oerly said, "Sometimes even us vet- 

. erans don't know what each of the 

folds arc for. It's nice to look these. 

things up and be reminded." 

Current, Post Commander Glen 
Rappanos thanked the American 
Legion for taking the time to put flags 
out at the tombs of veterans in the 
Antioch area prior to Memorial Day. 
,, American Legion member 
u James Cole said the one exception 
was Hillside Cemetery," as it has one 
large memorial flag to honor all vet- 
erans all year long. 

More information about flags 
can be found at wvvw.USfiag.org. 



)(Mayor signs resolution honoring military personnel 

Residents reminded of meaning of Memorial Day 



By JULIE MURPHY 
Staff Reporter 



Mayor Taso Maravelas signed 
a. .resolution honoring military 
personnel with a gentle reminder 
that "Memorial Day is not a holi- 
day to celebrate the start of sum- 
mer." 

The resolution proclaimed: 
"In this fast-paced society we live 



in, it is easy to lose sight of tradi- 
tions. Memorial Day is a holiday 
to honor those who have died for 
the principles on which this 
country is built." 

It suggested a great honor 
would be to visit a cemetery 
where the graves are marked by 
flags. "A simple thank you would 
be, a gesture of appreciation to 
those who gave so much." 



Those attending the regular 
meeting of the board of directors 
of the Village of Antioch 
observed a moment of silence 
after the reading of the resolu- 
tion. 

Asked and Answered, the 
memorial ceremony, took place 
at the VFW Sequoit Post 4551 in 
conjunction with the American 
Legion on Monday, May 26. 



By JUUE MURPHY 
Staff Reporter 

Little Miss Antioch Reagan 
Martin had many obligations to ful- 
fill in roll as queen, but none of them 
included strapping on a tool belt. 

Nonetheless, she rose to the 
challenge and not only entered but 
took a second-place regional prize 
in the 2003 Craftsman/NSTA 
(National Science, Teachers 
Association) Young Inventors 
Awards Program. She was awarded 
a S500 savings bond for her effort. 

"Two Chicago-area students are 
among 36 prize-winners nation- 
wide, "said Bob Villa in a letter 
announcing the winners. Reagan 
was one of them. 

More than 8,000 total students 
competed for a chance at 55,000 in 



savings bonds, the amount awarded 
to the 12 national finalists. The 12 
second-place regional winners were 
each awarded a $500 savings bond 
and the 12 third-place winners each 
received $250. 

The program is designed to 
introduce students to hand tools 
and teach the scientific principles of 
how they operate, as well as to 
encourage creative thinking and 
problem solving. 

Reagan, a second grade student 
from WC Petty Elementary School, 
came up with the idea for a "shower 
mover." ft is described as a "T-. 
shaped pipe, on a straight pipe, slips 
over the shower head to move the 
water flow easily." 

Now in its seventh' year, the pro- 
gram is sponsored by Sears through 
its Craftsman tool brand. ■ 




W.C. Petty School second-grader Reagan Martin works on class 
work with her teacher, Katie Joseph, at the Antioch school. 
Martin won a prize in the nationwide 2003 Craftsman Young 
Inventors Program for her Shower Mover invention. The contest 
is co-sponsored by the National Science Teachers Association. 
— Photo by Sandy Bressner 



INDEX 



Classified ,...B23 Healthwatch B12 Obituaries B22 

County Bl Lakelife Ill Sports B16 

84 Movies 117 Student Leaders Insert ■ 



GET CONNECTED-Look for us on the Internet at WWW.LAKELANDMEDIA.COM 



Arts fair, Friday Fest signal summer's arrival 



T 



hree Antioch events signal 
the beginning of summer 
like no other. 



Antioch News 

Vol. 117 No. 23 A Lakeland Newspaper Founded 1886 



(USPS 027-080) E«Mon«tOllw 

30 South Whllnoy St.', Grayslake, IL 60030 
847-223-8161. 



McmUir Ol Itaoa Pro J I Assoc 

Look for us on the Internet at 
WWW.LAKELANDMEDIA.COM 



• OII«t» ol Pubucabon. 30 Souln Wn.lnuy Si . GrnyifakB. IL 00030. PhOflO S47-223'8I61, 

PuU&hed vraskty, |k'i«KJl mail pasl.iQO paid al Graysi.iVu. IL 60030 

Homo DuKvwry Fal»r $24.50 poryasr m Lata, Cook. Kenotlu and McHmiy Couniws; 

utltltthtf I u $40 00 per yiw Dy mj J fw-d m aOvancu 

P(t*lma»iur Servo niM mi chanatti lo AnUsch Nowi, 30 Soulh Wfclrwy StiwL P.O. Boi 288. G/ay»laL«, lUnou 60030. 



M.R. SCHROEDER 

Found or- 1904- 1988 

DAVID T. SHERMAN 

Advoiusttiy MaiKclmg Manager 

JOANNE CHASE 

.•••' .Circulation Manager 

MARC JENKINS 

Managing Editor 

Contact us by e-rnai 
Classified Advertising: dasseiakelandmedia.com • Display Advertising: ads~§lakelaralmedia.com ■ 
- Nows/Press Releases: edit8laketandmedia.com Circulation: cifc9lakelandmedia.com 



WILLIAM H. SCHROEDER 

Publisher 

CHRIS MONIES 

Accounting Manager 

JOHN PHELPS 

S'portJ Editor 

KAREN KUESTER 

Public Rotations Coordinator 



ROBERT J. SCHROEDER 

General Manager 



First, there is the annual 
Summer Arts and Crafts Fair spon- 
sored by the Antioch Chamber of 
Commerce and Industry on June 
14-15. 

Every year the fair grows just a 
little bit is size, scope and quality. 
This year, it's expanding to its new 
location on the Orchard Street 
extension and Skidmore Drive, just 
east of Main Street and Orchard, 

There will be over 100 booths 
offering a lot of variety with wood, 
metal, porcelain, clay and photog- 
raphy arhong other media being 
featured. 

The second sign that summer is 
here is the reemergence of Friday 
Fest on June 20 at the William 
Brook Wetland Sanctuary and band 




OUR 
TOWN 

Julie Murphy 



shell, located east oj" Main Street off 
of Orchard. 

Various merchants will be offer- 
ing promotions throughout the day, 
but things really gear up in the 
afternoon. The farmers' market will 
be open from 3-7 p.m. 
. From 5-7 p.m. the Kids Tent 
will be open. It includes a toy 
exchange. The village is accepting 
donations of toys to get the 
exchange rolling. For more infor- 
mation, call B47-395-6342. 

Concerts will begin at 7:30 p.m. 
this year with slated entertainment 



by the Likes Area Community 
Band for the summer's opener. 
BBl, New Invaders, The Tome 
Carey Band, Lakes Area Swing 
Band, Crows Feet, Grease and 
Country Storm will perform subse- 
quently with season ending as it 
began with the Lakes Area 
Community Band. 

Finally, the Antioch Garden 
Club has its 8th annual Garden 
Gazing Walk scheduled for June 25. 

Those wishing to show off their 
gardens or attend the walk should 
call either Grace Vallone 847-395- 
3144 or Marlene Coia 847-395- 
7485. 



If you have interesting informa- 
tion or anecdotes to submit for "Our 
Town " call staff reporter Julie 
Murphy at 847-223-8161, ext. 600 or 
e-mail, moQrJie@ix.netcom.com 



A4 I Lakeland Newspapers 



COMMUNITY 



May 30, 2003 



SCHOOL DIGEST 

High school offers sports 
physicals 

Incoming sophomores, juniors and 
seniors lor ihe 2003-04 -school year interested 
in participating in sports can he given a phys- 
ical al the high school on I tine 1U from 5-8 
p.m. Thf cost is $15. 

Physical lot ins can he picked up from the 
athletic director's office at Ihe school. 
Appointments will he scheduled when the 
form is returned and payment made. 

This will he done on a first-come, first- 
serve hasls. Students should register by 
l-'riday, June 6. 

Emmons takes names of 
next year's kindergartners 

limmons School District 33 is taking the 
names of the incoming kindergartners for the 
21)03-04 school year 

_ Children who are 5 years old on or before 
Si-pl. 1. 200Hvvill be eligible, 
V'. I'or more information, call U47-395-1 105. 



Early childhood screening 

Antioeh Community Consolidated 
District 34 offers early childhood develop- 
mental screening. 

Parents with concerns should consider 
this. Developmental screening is a brief 
series of activities and observations 
designed to identify children who may have 
a potential problem that requires further 
assessment. 

Screening is available to children between 
the ages of 3-5 years old and who have not yet 
entered kindergarten within District 34. To 
schedule an appointment, call the special 
education office at 047-038-8422. 

1983 classmates sought 

Antioeh Community High School Class of 
1983 is seeking classmates for its 20-year reunion. 

For more information, please e-mail 
meshwurst@comcast.net. The reunion is 
scheduled for Aug. 9, 2003 at the Concorde 
Banquets In Kildeer. * 





'ing sing 

Antioeh Upper Grade School Choir members perform a selection from "Joseph 
and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat" at their annual Spring Concert. — Photo 
by Lynn Gunnarson Dahlstrom . 









Looking ahead, and back 

Emmons School teacher Mary Beth Rinaldi, who will retire from the Antioeh * 
school after 19 years, talks with forrner student, fourth-grader Cortney McCarthy, 
during an all-school assembly In Rinaldi's honor. — Photo by Sandy Bressner 



library offers 2 reading programs 



Summer readers can earn prizes by join- 
ing the Antioeh Public Library's summer read- 
ing programs for both children and adults. 

The children's program Is called 
"Lights.. .Camera.. .Read!" The program is 
open to those between 3- and 12-years old, 
whether or not they are Antioeh residents. 

* School-aged children are encouraged to 
set their own reading goals for the six-week 
program that begins on June 16, Those not of 
reading age may have stories read to them. 

Activities scheduled throughout die read- 



ing program include Mr. Rick's Harry Potter 
Magic Event, Dave Herzog's Marionettes, sto- 
ryteller, actor, juggler Chris Fascione and 
some surprises. 

Adult readers, anyone 12 years old pr older, 
will also be eligible for prizes by reading sue 
books or listening to six -unabridged, recorded 
books. This program also runs June 16-25. 

Registration begins May 27 at the adult 
reference desk and at the children's desk in 
the library located at 757 N. Main Street. For 
more information, call 847-395-0874. . 










The 



StitcfL&ry 



891 Main Street 

Antioeh, IL 
847-838-9438 
800-939-9438 



SPECIALTY COUNTED CROSS STITCH SHOP 



email: iiiro@lhcvillacjcstitclicry.com • www.tlicvillagcstitchcry.com 



THE VILLAGE STITCH ERY, INC. REWARDS CLUB • PURCHASE $200,00 MERCHANDISE 
- RECEIVE $20,00 IN FREE MERCHANDISE 'COME IN TO SIGN UP 



ADULT BEGINNER COUNTED CROSS STITCH CLASSES 

THURSDAYS, JUNE 5 T " fit JUNE I2 ln -6:30m TO 8:30m 

CHILDREN BEGINNER COUNTED CROSS STITCH CLASSES 

SATURDAYS, JUNE I4 ni 8 JUNE 2P'-9:30.vi TO I 1:00am 
SATURDAYS, JUNE 2 1 * 8f JUKE 28 J '-9:30.vi TO 1 1 :00am 



They are each two week 

classes for a cost of $30.00 

which includes a Beginners 

Book, fabric, Floss & Needle. 

Wc kindly ask for a deposit of 

50% at the time of sign up for 

all classes. 



AS ALWAYS, WE ARE MORE THAN HAPPY TO GIVE ONE ON ONE CLASSES. 



0IG AL' S 

DOG HOUSE Ilr 



Daily Specials 




3-D Monday 

. . Double Dog Day 

2 Chicago Style Dogs ' 

with Fries & Medium Drink 

S3.99 



Tasty Tuesday 

Blg'AI's Famous Italian Beef 

with Fries 

& Medium Drink 

$4.99 



Wild Wednesday 

Grilled Chicken Breast or 
Cajun Style "wilh Fries . 
& Medium Drink 
S4.99 



Big Thursday 

Big Maxwell Street Polish 

wilh Fries 

& Medium Drink 

$4,99 



and serving all our 

landbound friends at the 

"NEW" Depot St Mall, 

Antioeh, IL 

M 3 Thur.10;30am-8pm 
Fri & Sat. 10:30am-9pm 
Sun. 10:30'am-5pm 



Fishin' Friday 

Our Great Fish Sandwich 
, with Fries 
& Medium Drink 
53.99 



Wee 
Saturday 

SI. 00- Dollar Dogs 
ALL DAYI , 
with purchase bt 
Fnos & Drink 



[-ends 
Sunday 

Kids Day/ 12 & under 

Free Ice Cream Sundae 

Cup wilh Every Kids Meal 

or Regular Meal 



M-F (after 4pm) 99c Hot Dogs for All? 

w/purchase of fries and drinks 



^ffi 



■=@®fl® 



^ 



Come 
Worship With Us 

A Directory Of 
Antioeh Area Churches 



^ 

^ 



Graceiand Baptist Church. 258 Ida St., Antioeh, IL Sunday 
School 11am., Morning Worship 11am., Sunday Evening 7pm 
Robert Williams, Pastor. 

First Church of Christ, Scientist & Reading Rm. Rle 173 
and Harden, Anlioch, Phone (847) 395-1195, Sunday School, ' 
Sunday Church Service 10:30am, Wednesday, 7:30pm. 

Beautiful Savior Evangelical Lutheran Church, Missoun 
Synod, worshiping al Antiochlake Villa Township Center, 1625 
Deep Lake Rd. Pastor Daratd Gruen, . Phone (847) 265-2450. 
Sunday Worship at 9am. Sunday School, High School & Adult 
Bible Classes 10:30am. i 

Heritage Lutheran Church. Undenhurst Civic Center, 1949 Old 
Elm Rd., Undenhurst. (847) 356-1766, Sunday service 10:00 
am, Sunday School & Bible Class 9:00 am. (summer schedule ■ 
9:00 am Sunday) Rev. Mark W. Anderson, Pastor. 

St. Ignatius Episcopal. 500 Depot St. Antioeh Phone (847) 
395-0652. Low Mass 7:30am, High Mass 9:30am Sunday 
School J Nursery 9:30am. Rev. Vincent Eckholm. Pastor. 

Anlloch Evangelical Free Church. 750 Highview Dr. Phone 
(847) 395-4117. Sunday Worship 8:15, 9:30 6 f 1:00am. Sunday 
School lor all ages, infant thru adult, 9:30am. Children's Church 
11am. Awana, Youth, Women's Ministries, Men's Ministries, 
Growth Groups, Seniors. Senior Pastor David M. Groleau. 

St. Stephen Lutheran Church (ELCA). 1155 Hillside Ave. 
Phone (847) 395-3359. Sunday Worship, 8:00, 9:30, 10:45am. 
Rev. Roger Black, Paslor. Saturday Worship Service 5:00pm 

' Christian Lite Fellowship Assemblies ol God Church. 41625 
Deep Lake Rd, Antioeh. Phone (847) 395-8572. Sunday School 
(all ages) Sam, Sunday Morning Worship 10am, Children's 
Church 10am, Sunday Evening Worship 6:30pm., Wednesday 
Worship I Children's Program 7am„ Tues. Women's Fellowship 
& Bible Study 9-11 :30am. Jefl Brussaly, Pastor, 

Anlioch Baptist Church. 817 Holbeck Dr., Antioeh. Phone 
(847) 769-5332. Sunday Morning Worship 10;15am, Sunday 
evening Service 6:00pm„ Wednesday Bible Study 7;00pm. 
Pastor Ken Foster. - 



Faith Evangelical Lutheran. 1275 Main St, Phone 
(847) 395-1600. Sunday Worship 8 1 10:30am, Sunday 
School 9:25am, Sal, 7pm, Rev. Gregory. He.rmanson. Pastor. 
Christian Day School (847) 395-1664. 

Millburn Congregational United Church ol ChrlsL Grass 
Lake Rd. at file. 45. Phone (847) 356-5237. Sunday Service 
10am. Children's Program 10am. Rev. Paul R. Meltzer, Pastor, 

Antioeh United Methodist Church, 848 Main Si, Antioeh, 
Phonp (847) 395-1259. Rev. Gary Curt, Paslor Sunday Worship 
8 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. Children's church and Sunday School. 
Adull Groups at 9:15 a.m. Nursery care for children through 3 
years ol age from 8 to 11 :30 a.m. 



. . . 



St. Peter's Church. 557 W, Lake St, Anlioch. Phone (847) 395- 
0274. Masses weekdays, 7:30am; Sunday 6:30. 8, 9:30, 11:30am 
& Saturday 5:30pm Rev. Father Ronald H. Angtim, Pastor. 

Chain of Lakes Community Bible Church. 23201 W. Grass 
Lake Rd, Anlioch, Phone (847) 838-0103. Sunday Worship 
8:15 and 11:00. Sunday. School 9:45. Children's Church 11:00. . 
Youth, Women's. Awana & Small Group ministries. 

Good Shepherd Lutheran Church (Missouri Synod). 25100 W. 
Grand Ave. (file. 59 1 .132), Lake Villa. (847) 356-5158. Sunday ■ 
Worship 8:15 & 10:45am; Sunday School (3 and up) and Bible 
Study 9:30am. Christian Preschool. Rev. John Zellmer, Paslor. . 

Lighthouse Church ol Antioeh, 554 Parkway Ave,, Antioeh, IL 
(847) 838-0616, Saturday Evening Service7;00 p.m. Adventure 
Club lor Kids, Adull Bible Study Saturday Evening 6:00 p.m. 
Monday Evening Bible Study 7:00 p.m. Thursday Evening PTSD 
Support Group 7:00 p.m. Senior Pastor Tom Bartmer, 

UorthSridge Church, A Contemporary Worship 
Experience. Meeting al Antioeh Community High School, 1133 \ 
Main St, Anlioch, (847) 838-9370, virww.n0rthbndgechurch.0r9. 
Service Sunday - 10:30am, Children's Classes (K : 5) - 10:30 
am, MarkAJbrechl, Senior Paslor. 



Dan Dugenske, Director 

This Directory Presented As A Community Service By. 



Strang Funeral Home of Antioeh 



[SV 






isrji 



May. 30. 2003 



COMMUNITY 



Lakeland Newspapers/ &5. 



POLICE BEAT 

Penuns chUrgfkl with a crime are innocent until protvn guilty In a court of law. 



ANTIOCH 



DUI 

Karen A. Swanson, 45, of 12791 208th Ave., 
Bristol, Wis., was arrested for driving under the 
influence of alcohol on. May 17 at 3:12 a.m. on 
Oakwood at Ma'plewood. ■ 

An officer was dispatched to Uie area and 
saw the vehicle in question cross into oncoming 
traffic and then drove onto the gravel shoulder as 
it made the turn. Swanson then drove onto the 
grass. 

Police detected a strong odor of alcoholic 
beverage on Swanson. Field sobriety tests were 
requested and then stopped for safety reasons; 

Swanson was arrested and agreed to chemi- 
cal testing resulting in a .187 blood alcohol con- 
centration. She was Issued citations for two 
counts of improper lane usage, DUI, improper 
turn, no valid driver's license and DUI over .08. 

Swanson was unable to post the $300 bond 
and was held in a cell. She was later released on 
personal recognizance pending her June 10 court 
dale. 

Revoked/elude police 

Mark J. Rarnberi, 23, of 267 Hickory, Antioch, • 
was arrested for driving wliite his license was 
revoked and attempting to elude police on May 
17 at 2:55 a.m. on Route 83 north of North Ave. 

Police noticed Rambert had an inoperative 
headlamp and when he turned onto Route 03 
also noticed he had no rear registration plates. 

Rambert did not stop when emergency 
lights were activated. The. officer then used the 
siren and spotlight and Rambert finally pulled 
over north of die state lint\ 



Rambert reportedly got out of die car and 
said, "I'm going to jail." He told police he had not 
initially stopped because his driver's license was 
revoked and he got scared. 

He was arrested and issued citations for 
improper lighting, no valid registration, driving 
while revoked, attempting to elude a police offi- 
cer and operating an uninsured vehicle. 

Rambert paid cash bond pending his June 1 1 
court date. 

Revoked 

Ronald B. Burkhart,4l,'of3604 Shakespeare, 
Chicago, was arrested for driving while his 
license was revoked on May 18 at 7:27 a.m. on 
Route 173 at McMillan. 

He was clocked traveling 65 in a 40-mph 
zone. Burkhan told police his speedometer was 
broken and his driver's license was revoked. A 
check dirough LEADS contained die latter. 

Burkhart was arrested and issued citations 
for speeding, driving while revoked and operat- 
ing an uninsured vehicle. -He was released on 
personal recognizance pending his June 1 1 court 
date. 



Suspended 



Tamara A. Rubenstein, 24, of 1234 Main 
Street, Antioch, was arrested forclriving while her 
license was suspended on May 19 at 9:45 a.m. on 
Route 83 soudi of Route 173. 

She was locked traveling 40 mph in a 30- 
mph zone. A check through LEADS came back 
widi infomiation- that her driver's license was 
suspended. 

Rubenstein was released on personal recog- 
nizance pending her June 25 court date. 



Teen arrested after hosting kegger 

police approached. A half-empty keg of beer 
was" found nearby. 

The responding officer ordered those in 
the house to stay in the livingroom. P.eople 
present told police those involved in the fight- 
ing had left the premises. 

Dome) demanded to know. who. let the 
police enter the houserasscMftg^lieyliad no 
reason to be there. Police report he showed 
symptoms of intoxication, such as bloodshot 
eyes, slurred speecli and poor balance. 

Domel tried to go into the kitchen. Police, 
concerned about the presence of knives in the 
room, repeatedly told him to return to Ihc liv- 
ingroom, and he repeatedly disobeyed them. 

During die police investigation of die scene, 
calls were received complaining of people hid- 
ing in die bushes and nearby backyards. 

Preliminary breath tests were adminis- 
tered to all on the premises. Domel registered 
.125 BAC. A subsequent Intoxilizer test yielded 
a result of. 100 BAC. 

Baum registered .064 BAC. Lukemeyer 
registered .06 BACrtimd*cequested a second 
test. On the second test, he registered .094 
BAC. Miriucliani registered .135 BAC, 

Those present who registered .000 BAC were 
allowed to leave and to transport odiers home. 

All the alcohol was confiscated. 

Those charged with consumption of alcohol 
by a minor were served with notices to appear in 
Grayslake Branch 111 court. 

Domel was released on a S 1.000 I-bond, 
pending an appearance in Waukegan court- 
room C-405, on June 23, at 9 a.m. 



By BRENDA BAUN-BEITSCHER 
Staff Reporter 

Lake Villa Police answering a 911 cell 
phone call walked in on a teenage beer party 
.that ended with the arrest of four underage 
drinkers. 

Trent R." DdmeL 19, hosted the party at 
his home at 41 Burnett Ave. He was charged 
with consumption and possession of alcohol 
by a minor, as well as permitting underage 
consumption of alcohol. 

Three of his guests, Timothy J. Bairm, 20, 
of 18400 122nd St., Bristol, Wis.; Brent L 
Lukemeyer, 20, of 36716 Westmoor Ave., Lake 
Villa and Racheal A. Minucltani, 18, of 1109 
Furlong Drive, Lake Villa, were charged with 
consumption of alcohol by a minor. 

Altogether, police estimated there were 
about 30-40 people at the party, with most, if 
not all, under 21 years of age. 

The police were summoned by a 911 call 
placed anonymously from a cell phone, asking 
for immediate help. Police arrived to find 10- 
12 young people on the front porch of 41 
Burnett. They fled when police arrived. 
According to police, it appeared a fight was 
going on. Beer bottles and cans were strewn 
around the lawn and driveway. Malibu lights 
and beer mugs lay broken on the lawn. 

Four cars were parked in the driveway, 
with more on Burnett, although no on-street 
. parking is allowed. 

hi the backyard, police found another 12- 
15 underage partygoers, who scattered as 





PRODUCTS 



Buy Direct From The Manufacturer 
Serving Chicagoland For Over 35 Years 



Custom Vinyl Windows & Doors 

IN 5-7 DAYS! 



; . 



Delivery Available 



Save 
Up To 

45% 



Lowest Prices. ..GUARANTEED! 



Visit our 40,000 square foot showroom today! 



OLD ELM 



A 

N 



RTE22 



Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30am-5:30pm • Sat 10am-4pm 

847-266-1 900 

3160 Skokio Valley Road • Highland Park, IL 



ISTUDI©*! 



www.studlofortyono.com 



Sheriff issues 70 citations at 
roadside checkpoint 



Lake County Sheriff Gary Del Re today 
announced the results of the Roadside Safety 
Checks that were manned by law enforcement 
officers over the Memorial Day weekend. 

One of the checkpoints was conducted by 
members of the Illinois State Police and the 
Lake County Sheriffs Office at the intersection 
of Route 59 and Grass Lake Road in Antioch 
Township. 

It took place Saturday, May 24, 2003 starting 
at 0:30 p.m. and ran through May 25 at 1 :30 a.m. 

A total of 606 vehicles were diverted 
through the safety check. In all, 70 traffic cita- 



tions were issued, with six being DUI arrests. 
In addition, 22 drivers were cited for scat belt 
violations and 23 were cited for insurance vio- 
lations. 

Funding to conduct these roadside checks 
was provided by a grant from the United 
States" Department of Transportation / 
National Traffic Highway Safety 
Administration. The Illinois Department of 
Transportation/ Division of Traffic Safety 
administers the grant through the "Stayin" 
Alive" Traffic Safety Task Force of Lake 
County. 




ETTERS TO THE EDITOR 



uild for soccer 



On May 6, Antioch Township, die Village of 
Antioch, and E2 Inc., met to discuss potential 
.development of park property located off of 
Depot Street. The full township board, one mem- 
ber of the village board, three consultants from 
E2 Inc., and one person from the general public 
were present.. 

The preliminary concept design includes 
adilctic fields, parking space, a reslroom/equip- 
ment/concession facility, and a pavilion neurone 
of three ponds located on the site. The athleUc 
fields include; two T-ball fields, two little league 
fields, one competition baseball field, one com- 
petition soccer field, and one competition foot- 
ball field. Further discussion resulted in sugges- 
tions to add a tot play area, a few volleyball 
courts, and some basketball courts. 

In addition, it was suggested by tlie village 
representative and one member of die township 
board Uiat die competition soccer field be devel- 
oped as another football field tliat also could be 
used for soccer practice because the current 
needs of the football leagues takes precedence 
over soccer needs as Antioch currently does not 
have a soccer program or soccer fields. 

Antioch youth participate in the 
Undenhurst/Lake Villa programs. It was slated 
Uiat perhaps in two to five years this field or oUier 
property on the site could be developed as soccer 
fields. My comment to this was, "If you build it (a 
soccerfield), tbey will come." I believe we have an 
opportunity to do somediing now for those inter- 
. ested in soccer. All atliletic programs in Antioch 
have u need for more space, and it may be diffi- 
cult to avoid turning kids away in die future due 
to lack of playing fields and anticipated growth in 
Antioch. I am concerned that in order to avoid 
turning away football aUiletes, we do so at die 
expense of excluding soccer adilelcs based on 
the rationale that since soccer does not exist in 
Antioch now, it can wait. 

If you are interested in the development of a 



.competition soccer field, please contact Antioch 
Township at 1625 Deep Lake Rd., Antioch. Let us 
hear your voice, send usa letter orattend our next 
meeting on June 12 at 7:30 p.m. at die Antioch 
Townsliip Center. 



% 



Wanda Sobcuxk 
Antioch Township Tmstce 



Realistic scene 

I would like to publicly thank die Antioch. 
Lake Villa and Lindenhurst Police and Fire 
Departments, Lake County Coroner's Office and 
Flight for Life, for their participation in the pre- 
prom event .held at Antioch Community High 
School. The recnactmcnl of the accident scene 
was truly incredible. Each of diese professionals 
look special care in dealing widi the student "vic- 
Ums," while keeping die event realistic. The pro- 
fessionalism and commiunent Uiat each of these 
groups displayed was commendable. 

I would also like to commend all die S AD.D. 
(Students Against Destructive Decisions) stu- 
dents involved in die production, including those 
portraying "accident vicdms." Their parts were 
not taken lightly. They were portrayed in com- 
plete seriousness. 

1 would especially like to thank Chris 
Leinhardt of the Antioch Fire Department and 
Tim Noonan from Antioch Community High 
School for coordinating tills event and die ACHS 
administration for allowing Ults event lo happen. 

Last but not least. I would like to Uiank U. 
Larry Wysocki for sharing his experiences with 
die ACHS students. I believe tie, along widi all die 
oUier people involved in diis event, made an 
impact on those students. This is mi example of 
what can be accomplished when local commu- 
nity groups work togedier for die benefit of our 
young people. 

Mary Ellen Coxy 
Antioch 




Teen Tyler 

Tyler Park, 13, plays some pool during the final Teen Canteen of the school year 
at the Antioch Upper Grade School. -Photo by J. W. Sternlckle 




internet & Gaming Center 



Computer Games 

Console Games 

Tournaments 



Computer Repai r 

Consulting 
Total Solutions 



www . t he cooki e a h op . net 



Application Deuelopment 
Play Games on our Big Screen 

850MaHiSLAntlflch.il 

18471 B38-245B 



Open lOam-MldNlght 7 days a week 






Storm earns 





The. Lake Villa Storm 1 1-year-old 
Travelers added to a torrid start of the sea- 
son, cruising through two weekend tourna- 
ments. The Storm captured the champi- 
onship in the. Richmond Invitational 
Tourriamcrit, where, they edged the 
Grayslake Rams, 10-6. Timely hitting, a 
'stingy defense and deep pitching rotation 
proved to be the keys as the Lake Villa, 
youths sliced through the competition. 

In the opening game against the 
McHenry Hurricanes, the Storm's John 
Schcnning triggered the offensive attack' 
in the very first ; innihg with a home run 
over the center field fence. Also pacing 
the Storm at the plate were Tyler Caleese, 
Cale St." Glair, Ryan Noon and Cam Jerina. 
Oh the hill, Alex May and, Cam Jerina 
blanked McHenry through the first half of 
the game as the Storm surged to a 9-0 
lead. Lake Villa held on to that lead for a 
13-8 final. 

The second game against the 
Wauconda Rattlers offered more in the way 
of an offensive explosion as the Storm again 
shot out to a 9-0 lead. The Storm accounted 
for eight hits alone in the first Inning, led by 
Jerina, Kyle Bessa and Nick Hibbing. Joey 
Walsh joined the hit parade when he added 
a solo home run in the fourth helping the 
Storm breeze to a 14-4 victory. May and 
Caleese each held the Rattlers hitless in the 
game, which was ultimately called because 
of the 10- run slaughter rule. 

The host Richmond Vipers were the 
next up. Flawless defense, combined with 
consistent hitting, served to rattle the Vipers 
as Lake Villa cruised to the 11-1 victory. 
Ortman, Hibbing, Bessa and Jerina shared 
pitching honors. Ortman, Kevin Smiley and 
Sean Humphrey led the offensive assault as 
each doubled, in the 4-run fourth to put 
Richmond away. 

In the championship; tilt, Jerina once 
again keyed die Storm offense as he led off 
three separate innings, scoring, each time. 
Ortman also scored three runs, going 2-for- 
2 at the plate. Smiley chipped in.a pairJpf. 
hits and RBI. The defense was again buoyed 
by excellent glove work and pitchihg^The 
Storm committed only one error In the field 
en route to the title. 



Triple Crown Qualifier 

A berth to "the Triple Crown National 
Tournament was fat-jstake as, the Storm; 
headed to ^Kenosha for a ;T^, qualirierf; 
Soine'stlff Midwestern cdmpetitlbii greeted' 
Lake Villa, as well as the stiff-Midwestern! 
winds. 

Lake Villa kicked off the tourney, 
against the wellfrespected Waukesha 
Firebirds. A defensive . struggle ensued as 
hurlers May' and St. .Clair stymied the 
Firebird bats through the first four frames.- 
Waukesha pitchers. repaid .thefavpr ; until 
St. Clair scored on an Infield grounder by 
Ortman! Lake Villa then broke me; game* 
open in the fifth when Hibbingbelted a run! 
scoring double, followed by a pair of runs, 
Paul Pokier completed the pitching gem ■ 
for the Storm in securing a well earned 4-2 
win. 

Next on the docket for Lake Villa was 
Genoa City, which jumped in front of the 
Storm witit four runs in the first. That was. 
all they could muster though, as the Storm's; 
May and Hibbing shut.the door from there; 
Scoring at least one run In every inning, the 
Storm pecked away at the lead and jumped 
in front to stay in the third. Batting leaders ■ 
for;Lake Villa were Schehning (2 : for-3j : 2 
RBIJand Ortman (RBI double); 

The victory earned the Storm a meeting 
with"the Wisconsin Rocldiounds. The Storm 
again used, timely hitting, aggressive base 
running and. a;stellar performance -on '.the ' 
inound 1 from "■'.;. Pqi'rier; ;,. to' bury the 
Rockhounds, 0-3. The offense was paced 1 by i 
;Nobn,, Schennlng and- Ortman. All three 
players were 2-for-3. 

Firmly In the driver's seat after the^vic-" 
tory t tlie, Storm waited out driving rains .In, 
hopes of playing ; In : the championship . 
gameiiUnfortVuiately, Mother .Nature pre- 
vdiled.'Nevertheless.-byvtrtueof their per- ; ' 
formance, Lake. Villa secured the. top .seed 
and; ah; Invitation to the ; Nationals" In 
August. the StonTV renters next week's; 
action with a ; -sparWIhg^ 
•.Tournament play for ixftey^U^ls^T^dec 
possible by, among 6Uiers,'F;E ;Mbrah,'Inc>i ■ 
Emerald jratispprtaaon f Hello" Folks and * 
■ the Fogcutter Restaurant: .fr-ijf; ?■. ',., " -V 




A6 t Lakeland Newspa]wrs_ 



Please turn to 



COUNTY SECTION 



for additional 
Sports Coverage 

May 30, 2003 



Girls soccer licking its chops 



By JOHN PHELPS 
Sports Editor 

Prairie Ridge could 
be in for a long after- 
noon, especially if the 
Antioch girl's soccer 
team is clicking on all 
cylinders. 

The Lady Sequoits 
took the first step 
towards a regional title 
following its 6-1 victory 
over Crystal Lake South 
In the regional semifi- 
nals at Prairie Ridge. 
They will now play the 
Wolves for the title on 
Thurs., May 29 at 4 
p.m. 

Head coach 

Charlie Trout likes his 
team's chances. 

"Our morale Is 
pretty good, The girl's 
are very confident," 
said the coach, who is 
enjoying one of his bet- 
ter teams in nine years 
of coaching, at least 
when it comes to the 
overall record. "As long 
as we distribute the 
ball, I think we'll be in good shape. We also 
have to guard against being a step off where 
marking is concerned." 

All-of those ingredients were right on the 
money against the Tigers in the semis. 

Balanced scoring, as it has been all year, 
was and has been an integral part of the 
team's success. 

Kclsie Morway" popped <in the 'hat trick 
against the Tigers. She also assisted on 




Antioch's Lori Knupp blasts a shot down field during regular season action. The 
Sequoits cruised to a 6-1 victory over Crystal Lake South. They will next play 
Prairie Ridge In the Prairie Ridge regional title game on Thurs., May 29 at 4 
p.m.. — Photo by Steve Young 



another score. 

GinaFlorian has also shown to be another 
potent scorer this season. She knocked in two 
goals while dishing out an assist on another 
against Crystal Lake South. 

And then there's Robyn Mortenson, who 
became^ the school's single-season assist 
leader last week. She has 20 to her credit this 
• spring. Mortenson is already the all-time assist would play tlie winner of the Rockford-Guilford 
leader atAji'tio"ch with 45.^ regr6haIortSaL,Nlay3rar7p^Ti: 

She was up to her old tricks against the Get ready to make that trip out west! 



Tigers^ scoring one 
goal while dishing out 
two assists. 

And If that's not 
enough,* there are 
plenty of - other 
Sequoits who can 
both score and dish 
the ball off. 

Lori Knupp had 
two assists, while 
Allison Glaser and 
Amanda Otfen each 
dished out one in the 
victory over C.L South. 
Otten also played 
keeper against South, 
recording three saves. 
For the season, 
Morway leads the 
team In scoring with 
20 goals. Florian has 
knocked 1G through 
the posts, while 
Mortenson had 

scored 12. 

Mortenson leads : 
the way in assists with 
22. Morway is right 
behind with 13, fol- 
lowed by Florian with 
11. • 

"When they 
communicate, these girl's can do some amaz- 
ing things," said Trout. "They know they can 
play with any team, any time." 

Antioch, wltich has wonat least 10 games per 
season since 1996, is currenUy 15*6-2. They are 
tlie second seed in tlie Machesney Park Harlem 
sectional. Should they beat Prairie Ridge, they 



Sequoit baseball out to prove people wrong 



By JOHN PHELPS 
Sports Editor 



It's been a season of growing pains for 
Sequoit baseball. 

The team finished the regular season with 
a 9-20 mark. Runs were hard to come by at 
times. The pitching was also suspect at times. 

"it's just been basic baseball mistakes," 



said Antioch head coach Paul Petty. "And yes, 
we haven't gotten a ton of run production." 

The guys needed a little momentum, 
especially with regional play starting this 
week. The I5th-seeded Sequoits faced 13th 
seed Round Lake on May 27, a team it lost to 
6-4 earlier in the season. The winner of that 
game advances to the regional semi's Sat., 
May 31 against top-seeded Crystal Lake 



Janke nets state tennis berth 



By ROB BACKUS 
Lakeland Correspondent 



After qualifying players for the state finals 
in both 2000 and 2001, Antioch failed to qual- 
ify anyone last year. 

Well thconc-ycar draught is over. 

By finishing third In the McHenry section- 
al, senior Rob Janke quali- 
fied for the state tourna- 
ment to be held this week- 
end at Hersey In Arlington 
Heights. 

"I'm very happy with 
Rob's performance," 
Antioch coach Bryan 
Plinske said. "At the begin- 
ning of the 

tournament he started off 
slow but then he decided 
that no one would stand in 
his way and he never 
looked back." 

Plinske is confident that Janke can fare 
well at state. 

"Rob is psyched up and we're doing 
everything in our power to get him ready for 
state," Plinske said. "The ultimate goal is for 
him to win a few rounds. He has the mentality 
that he can beat anyone on any given day." 



7 couldn't have asked 

for a better season. We 

placed high in a lot of 

to urnamen is, including 

Prairie Ridge, Cary-Grove 

andourowrt 

Sequoit head tennis coach 
Bryan Plinske 



The Sequoits' ' other singles player, 
Andrew Nichols, reached the quarterfinals, 
losing to three-time sectional champion Scott 
Robinson of Beividere 6-0, 6-0. 

Both of Antioch's doubles tandems, Carl. 
Slimp and Nate Pratt arid Sam Hagedorn and 
Ryan Reimer, lost in the first round. 

As a team, Antioch finished sixth with 11 
. team points. 

Still, Plinske is pleased 
with his team's perfor- 
mance this spring. 

"I couldn't have asked 
for a better season," said 
Plinske, whose team fin- 
ished with a 9-5 record, its 
second best record in the 
last eight seasons. "We 
placed high in a lot of tour- 
naments, including Prairie 
Ridge, Cary-Grove and our 
own." 

Although the Sequoits 
will graduate half their squad, including 
Janke, Plinske still has high hoped for next 
season. 

"We have a lot of experience coming 
back," Plinske said.' "We're looking for the 
team to keep improving and take another step 
forward." 



Central in the first game of the Grant regional. 
First pitch Is scheduled for 1 a.m. The second 
game will feature lOth-sced and host Grant 
taking op seventh-seeded Cary-Grove at 1 
p.m. The winners will then meet for the 
regional crown Mon., June 2 at 4:30 p.m. 

As for that momentum-builder, Antioch 
came-from-behind to defeat Zion-Benton in 
the final regular season game. 

"We were tired of losing. You could say we 
really needed that," said Petty. "We've been in 
so many close games. In all of our conference 
games, we've our run differential is 2.75, so 
we're right there." 

Against* the Bees, Antioch trailed 6-4 
heading to the bottom of the seventh inning, 
Nate Hughes led off the frame with a single. 
Chandler Kent then singled and Tom 
Caltanan followed with a single to score 
Hughes and cut the lead to 6-5. NickSeverson 
was walked Intentionally to load the bases as 
Zion was hoping to end the game with a force 
at any base. It backfired. 

Scott Coles, headed to Monmouth 
College next year, roped a two-run double to 
score Kent and Callanah with the game-win- 
ning runs. 

Hughes finished the game 2-for-4 with 
two singles. Coles was l-for-3 with the 2-run- 
double, and Mike Fuchs also went 2-for-3 
with a single, double and two RBI. 

Starting pitcher Drew Dittmer went a 
solid five innings on the hill before being 
relived by Kevin Propek. Dittmer fanned 
two while allowing only two hits and one 
earned run. However, he was given the 
hook in the fifth when Zion tied things up at 
4-4. 

Propeck then came in for the final two 
frames to pick up the win. He fanned one 
while allowing three hits. 

But now, it's time to throw away all of 
whatever bad recollections they had and get 
I down to business. 

"Since the start of the season, we've defi- 
nitely Improved a ton," said Petty, 



\ 



May 30, 2003 



COMMUNITY 



Lakeland Newspapers/ AT 






r 



1 

i. 



6 



LOCAL DIGEST 

Sewer credits available 

A sewer credit is available for residents 
who arc either filling a swimming pool or who 
have new lawns. 

A one-time, one-month sewer credit can 
be obtained by filling out the required forms 
available at Village Hall. These forms must be 
tilled out prior to use. 

For more information, call 847-395-1000. 

Village enforces leash 
ordinance 

Pet owners should be aware that the 
Village of Antloch approved a leash ordinance 
in 1985 that requires all domestic animals, 
including cats, to be confined to a leash, chain 
or. fenced area. 

Additionally, anyone who walks a pet on 
either public property or the private property 
of another must carry a bag or other recepta- 
cle to remove and dispose of animal waste. 

St. Peter Church assists 
with spring-cleaning 

Has spring cleaning unearthed some 
items in need of a new home? 
. St. Peter Church will begin accepting 
donations for the 44th annual rummage sale 
on June 7 and will continue to do so through 
June 24. All donations are tax deductible and 
receipts will be issued. ■ 

For those who need large items collected, 
arrangements can be made by calling 
Claudette Skvarce at 847-395-6744. 

Treasure hunting will begin on Thursday, 
June 20 from 6 a.m. -9 p.m. and will continue 
throughout tHe weekend. 

Collection hours on June 7 are from 8 
a.m.- 10 p.m. St. Peter is located at 557 Lake 
Street, a little north of the intersection of 
routes 173 and 59. 

Village prepares for 
Independence Day parade 

Antioch's Independence Day Float con- 
test chair Dpve Hoeh announced that floats 
entered in this year's parade will be eligible to 
win the Independence Day Cup. 

This year's theme is American Heroes and 



floats must convey this idea for eligibility. 

The trophy is displayed in the Chamber of 
Commerce window at 882 Main Street and is 
engraved with the winner's name and the 
year. Last year's winner was the State Bank of 
The Lakes. 

The traveling trophy was donated by 
Awards by Kaydan of Antioch. 

For more information, call 047-395-1333. 

VFW offers fish fry 

Antloch VFW Post 4551 has started having 
a fish fry on Friday nights from 4-8 p.m. 

In addition to cod, perch and shrimp, the 
menu offers burgers and chicken strips. 
Dinners are served with french fries or a baked 
potato, in a limited quantity, and coleslaw 
bread and butter. 

Cost varies from about $3-8, depending 
on the fish or meat. 

For more information, call 847-395-5393. 

Community band seeks 
members 

Lakes Area Community Band, a 40-mem- 
ber band comprised of musicians from Lake, 
McHenry & Kenosha counties, is currently 
seeking musicians high school age and older 
in all sections. Practices take place on 
Monday evenings from 7-9 p.m. In the 
Antioch Community High School band 
room. 

New members are welcome. No auditions 
are required. For more information, call 
Debbie Davis at 847-395-0272. 

Knights of Columbus meet 

Knights of Columbus (Father Henderson 
Council 3800) meet the first and third 
Thursday of each month at 7:30 p.m. in Father 
Frawley Hall, located in the basement of St. 
Peter Church. 

The Knights of Columbus is an interna- 
tional Catholic Family Fraternal service orga- 
nization that volunteers time and money to 
charitable and benevolent causes. Practicing 
Catholic men over the age of 18 years old are 
eligible to join. 

For more information, call St. Peter 
Church Rectory at 847-395-0274. 




Eat. Sleep. Park. 
And Save. 



Why hassle with expensive 
parking at the airport? Stay at 
the Embassy Suites... O'Hare 
instead, With our" convenient 
Park. & Fly. package, you'll 
enjoy the spacious comfort of- a true two-room suite, a 
relaxing evening cocktail reception, even a complimentary 
cooked'tO'Order breakfast. Plus a free ride to the airport 
and up to 14 days of parking. It's all part of our 
unparalleled commitment to service. So come park your- 
self here. And save. Visit www.embassyohare.com and 
enter promotion code "PSD M to book this" special offer. 




EMBASSY-SUITES 
HOTEL" 

Embassy Suites O'Hare 

5500 North River Road, Rosemont, IL60018 
1-847-678.-4000 ' 

' www.embassysuites.com 



Hilton HHonorsv 

lUnis&MUcr 

Earn HHonors® Event 
Planner points when you 

book yo\ir event. Please 
ask for more information. 



NEIGHBORS 



Name: Dorothy Ottc 
Home: Eox Lake 

I'm originally from: 

Livonia, NevvYork 

My family/pets: Late 
husband* Clarence, Reese 
Magness, sons Dale and 
Dave Magness and daugh- 
ter Shirley Newman 



Occupation: Worked at 

Eagle Foods in Lindenhurst from 1960-77 

and at Elgin National Bank 

I graduated from: Livonia High 
School 

Community involvement: Lakes 
Region American Post 703 member and 
American Legion Auxiliary, AARP Club in 
Ingleside, and Fox Lake Garden Club, 
y - adjutant, American Legion District 10, 
\ Chamber of Commerce director for three 
years, President of Antioch Senior Center 

What I like most about my town: 

i have lived in Itasca and Elgin, but came 
back here and stayed here. This is my 




home. I love it. 

Hobbies: Cards, garden- 
ing and bus trips. 

Favorite movie: "Gone 
with the Wind" 

Favorite sports team: 

The Cubs 

Best local restaurant: 

Dockers and The Channel 
Inn 



Favorite home-cooked meal: Pot 

roast 

Person I admire most: President 
Bush, we have to stand behind him 

If I had $1 million, I would: Setup 
all my grandchildren with a college educa- 
tion 

If I had a plane ticket to any- 
where, I'd go to: Ireland because I'm 
Irish 

IVIy pet peeve is: Parents need to be 
careful with their kids in this day and age. 



If you have a "Neighbor" that you would like to see profiled in this column, call 
Lakeland Newspapers at 84 7-223-81 61. 



Calendar 



GOT SOMETHING GOING ON? GIVE US A CALL! 

Call 847-223-8161 or e-mail calendar@lakelandmedia.com 
A 14-day notice is requested for all items. 



Friday, May 30 

Fri. 9 a.m.-6 p.m., Sat. 9 a.nvnoon, Rummage 
Sale held at United Protestant Church, 54 S. 
Whitney St. in Grayslake. All are welcome 

Fri. St Sat. at 8 p.m., Sun. at 2:30 p.m., PM&L 
Theatre presents, "Not Now Darling," at the 
theatre, 877 Main St. in Antioch. Come enjoy 
this comedy performance. Tickets are $10 for 
adults and $8 for students and seniors. Call 
847-395-3055 

Saturday, May 31 

5K Twilight Run/Walk. Support Lambs Farm by 
participating in this fun event. After the race, 
enjoy micro-brewed beer, food and music. Call 
847-816-6100 to sign up. Lambs Farm is locat- 
ed at 14245 W. Rockland Rd., Libertyville. For 
more information, call 847-816-6100 

Sat. 8 a.m.-2 p.m., Sun, li a.m.-3 p.m., "Great 
American Bake Sale" held at St. Mark Lutheran 
Church in Lindenhurst. Proceeds help end child- 
hood hunger. For more info., call 847-356-8140 
or visit www.greatamericanbakesale.org 

■ "^ ■ """ ii ' ■ " ' " " ■ ■ ■■■■■■■■— I M II H li m .nMl H I I |« 

Sunday, June 1 

8 a.m.-4 p.m., Classic Car Show & Swap Meet 
held at the Lake County Fairgrounds, Rtes. 120 
and 45 in Grayslake. Bring the whole family. 
Tickets cost $7. Call 630-876-1042 

Monday, June 2 

12:45 p.m., Bingo held at The Antioch Senior 
Center, call 847-395-7120 for details . 

7-9:30 p.m.,' Riverport Chorus Invites all female 
singers to join the chorus for a special "guest 
night" at a rehearsal session. Chorus. Is one of 
over 600 choruses worldwide that are part of 
Sweet Adelines, for women who sing four-part a 
cappella harmony. Riverport performs at shows 
and cabarets throughout the area. Rehearsal 
held at Bristol School, 20121 83rd St. in Bristol, 
Wis; every Monday. To find out more, call 847- 
735-0899 or 262-859-2343 or visit the website 
at www.riverportchorus.org 



7-9 p.m., Lakes Area Community Band rehearsal 
at ACHS, call 847-395-6729 

Tuesday, June 3 

6-8 p.m., Bariatric Treatment Centers (BTC) 
hosts a 'dance and exercise class downstairs at 
the Antioch Senior Center, 817 Holbeck Dr 
(behind the fire station). Call 847-395-6244 



6:45 p.m., Antioch VFW Bingo, doors open 4:30 
p.m., call 847-395-5393 

7:30 p.m., Lake County Coin Club meeting at 
Jester's Lounge, 1500 Lewis Ave. In Waukegan. 
For info., call Les at 841-662-1955 ' 



.7-8 p.m., Weigh to Win program held "at Calvary 
Christian Center, Monaville Rd., west of Rte. 83 
in Lake Villa. Call 847-356-6181 

Wednesday, June 4 

7-8:30 p.m.; A Safe Place/Lake County Crisis, 
offers free support groups in Lake County for 
women who are victims of abuse. Meetings In 
Round Lake, call 847-249-4450 



6:30 p.m., TOPS Weight Loss weigh-in, 7 p.m. 
meeting at Antioch Senior Center, 817 Holbeck, 
info, at 847-395-6443 or 847-395-8143 

7 p.m., Northern Lake County Quitter's Guild 
meets at Millbum Church, comer of Rte. 45 and 
Grass Lake Rd. In Millbum, Call 847-587-4599 

Thursday, June 5 

7:15 a.m., Business Network International (BNI) 
meets at the Hillside Restaurant in Grayslake. 
Call.Craig Henderson at 847-840-6464 

7 p.m., American Sewing Guild group "Running in 
Stitches meets. For location info., call Janet at 
847-265-7932 or Chris at 847-548-8223 

8 p.m., Special performance of "Not Now 
Darling," presented by the Antioch Rotary Club 
and PM&L Theatre, with proceeds supporting 
Rotary's international Polio Plus program. Held at 
the theatre, 877 Main St. in Antioch. All seats 
$10. For reservations, call 847-395-3055 and 
be sure to mention the Rotary performance. For 
information, call Bob Schneider at 847-395- 
4444 

Friday, June 6 

7:30 a.m., Lake County Chamber of Commerce 
networkers group meets at the Hampton Inn in 
Gurnee. For info., call 847-249-3800 

7:30 p.m., Lake County Camera Club meets at 
Gurnee Senior Citizen Center, SW comer of 
Washington St and Almond Rd. in Gurnee, call 
847-856-1583 , 

Saturday, June 7 

9:30 a.m.-noon, Steeple Chase Observation Ride 
hosted by the Ambassadors Chapter of the 
Christian Motorcyclists Assoc. Event starts at 
Nielsen Enterprises on Rte. 83, just south of 
Grand Ave. in Lake Villa. Come as groups or as 
individuals to ride the backroads of Northern 
Illinois and Southern Wisconsin. First bike leaves 
at 9:30 a.m., last at noon. End with a picnic and 
door prizes. Fee is $5 per person. For Info., call 
847-921-9193 

Sat. & Sun., 11 a.m,-5 p.m., Antiques & 
Collectibles Flea Market held at the Lake County 
Fairgrounds, 50 S. Route 45 in Grayslake. 
Dealers from throughout the midwest sell their 
goods. Admission Is $4. Early buyers session on 
Sat. from 8-10 a.m., cost is $15. For more 
information, call 715-526-9769 

Notice 

2nd Annual Rummage Sale at Grass Lake School 
in Antioch is June 12-14. The school is located 
on Grass Lake Rd., west of Rte, 59. Donations of 
any useable items, including Working boats and 
cars, will be accepted at the school through June 
7. Drop off items at the bus bam dunng these 
dates. All donations are tax deductible. Sale 
hours are 7 a.m.-8 p.m., June 12-14. There will 
also be a bake sale 



Crafters wanted for the Prince of Peace Holiday 
Craft Fair, 135 Milwaukee Ave. in Lake Villa, Fair 
will' be held on Sat., Oct. 4, 2003" from 9 a.m.-4 
p.m. For more info., or an application, call Tracey 
at 847-265-2293 ■ 






• 






. 



*W **t+ 



A8 / Lakeland Newspapers 



COMMUNITY 



May 30, 2003 



" ' i, 











!003 VAN 

Starting at 
$ 17,900 or 




mmiwi iww i wiM'i ' 






=3. 



; .'■ !.■-■' i 



!■ 






.^M(*« ' i«U. 



' '' - .>?'r'' 




RiWtWS'.t" "JP^l'J Kl^tZiS <VtitL' •"••-V',. ■- ■■'"■ 




/morr .„^- '•- 






-A^ifr&Wi* 




. -~ < .?-. j .-.._• i < ...' . 







A 



■V-'B 



■■" 




— .- ■ » 



-■ nyyyj i 



' ' : '% 



33* 



fc^C 



Ino. 









p- -. rv 



7V$ 



^(•cjrsn^—stra 



1 



I 



Elk & Regency Resnesentatives On Hand! j 

Bank Representatives 1 
Available To Approve I 
Loans NOW! 



kWH 












'■ mi 



• 



X ' 



"!• 



TO CHOOSE 

FROM I!! 



».. 



2003 DODGE CAR-WW'SK 



Aiibags, AC, Easy BolJoul Seals, Buckets. PS, 
All Season Tiies. Tint 4 Wiper. Child Salel} 
Anchor). Child Safety locks. Front Disc 
Brakes, 7 Passenger Seating, 
Front Whl Attire! M0267 

MSRP. ..•21,545' 

Q.O.A. Discount . . i • > 2,480 

Rebate -'2,500 

Cash/TVade -M,000 



'APR 

" FWAMW! 

FOfltOMOSI j 






2003 DOIMiK 2500 CARGO VV 



r.*##? 



White. Auto. V8, 
■PWJPl, AC, Heavy 
Duty Suspension, 
Privacy . Glass, 
PW.PL.PS, ( 
Cass & Morel 
Stk#S49P i 



MSRP.,... .»24,670 

D.O.A. Discount. . , . '7,610 
Rebate ...... -'1,000 







a 



TO CHOOSE 
v FROM1II 



mpH 



16060 



HUlTIUlMillti 



l\K\>IIISIT 
DIMLY MtiSltt, 

PVflPL, Power Seats. CDICass, { 
Camel. Eiery Option Available! V 
Stk#93SP Pte-Drnen - 

IIIHKY! « 

\V0\ T LAST! 

MSRP «39,876 

D.O.A. Discount . . . • t 9,9.63 



TTT 




rfJilslktialJR 



SIS 02 EXTREME LIGHT CAMPER $■ 

WeeK 30 Feet, Just Like Brand New! #956N 




3TTrr7TTTWJTiTiTnTra 



i///v t - 



l-Ziu-A;* LSu, L-r ^.W.'W 



«02 HYUNDAI ELANTRA GLS S-fllffB 

linmncnilnlt), Fully tf uulnntnl. Blnckl /AOOBN il l B-P ! 

'02 MERCURY SABLE S-*«Tfc 

Lomloil, Only 30K MJos. I Ownurl -f/003P 1*JP 

•02 PONTIAC GRAND AIVS SE $-fl«-fe 

Rtitl, Only 30K MIIl-sI ■■tfBOST ■ IU 

'OO GMC 1500 SLE 4X4 $-■-■ 

271. Blnck. 50KI ^7S7N ....: m ■ 

'OO TOYOTA CAMRY ■ «S 
4 Dour. Loatlait.Only 35K Mllosl #B0OM 

*Ot JEEP WRANGLER SPT ~ 3 

Only TDK. Blnck. Custom Bumport ^78 PL) ...;. 

'Ol FORD CROWN VICTORIA S* 

Loadnd. Wtillo. Only 21 K Mlluat #BBDN 

'OO PONTIAC BONNEVILLE SSEI a? 

StiporCtwruail 3.0. Lthr, Mrirf, Low Mllus, Liko Nawl.#703U„„ 



*02 DODGE CARAVAN S 

Wlilto, Only 12K Mile*. Showroom Nowl #001 N, 

•Ol DODGE DAKOTA CLUB CAB &-m 

Only 22K rVHIoa. Silver. All The Toyat #OB5U U 

<OZ DODGE GRAND CARAVAN SPT $ 

LoodciU, Sllvor. Only 28K Mtlosl ^O30P... 

•Ol JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE LAREDO $ 

Gold. -4x4. All ttio. Toyat *»aa7U..„ 

•O8CHEVY15O0 CLUB CAB Z71 4X4 s 

5.7. Many Options. 41 K Mllos. Taoll W)54W 

'02 CHEVY TRAILBLAZER LS 4Dr ' S' 

1BK Mllaa. Black. Remote Start. Loadotlt ^OODM * 

'Ol FORD F-1BOCREW CAB 4X4 S' 

Black & Tan.Onty.20K Mlloa. 1 Dwnorl #OB0N ■* 

*02 GMC ENVOY; SIT , S 

Mnrf, Llhr. Dual Power, Moated Seals, 12K1 #077N ........ 



•95 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE LAREDO 

Loaded, Like New, Unbelievably Priced Low) #967N. 



"4950 



•93 CHEW COKVERSI0M VAH 

VB, Long Wheel Base, High Une, 1 Owner) #9S0N.l 



4950 



•98 CHEVY LUMINA 

Green. Only 63K. Loaded, Like New! #9G4U„ 



'5950 



•05 DODGE 2500 LONG BED 

55L, 4x4, Auto, Tonneau Cover. White! #975N™ 



"6950 



'00 HONDA CIVIC 

VP, 4 Door, Auto, Air, Low Miles, Green! #888U .... 



'8950 



•98 CHRYSLER SBBWNG COWERTOtE 

Red With Tan Top, Low Miles t #9B6N . 



'8950 



'02 TOYOTA COROLLA 

Auto, Air, Low Miles, WNtel #8B5R, 



"9950 



TO DODGE RAM 1500 CLUB CAB SIT 4X2 

Fiberglass Tap. Walk-In Tailgate, 1 Owner! #951N, 



"9950 



■00 DODGE RAM 1 500 SLT 

Garnet. Only 5BK Miles, 4x2! #B3SN.. 



*9950 



40 PRE-DRIVEN LATE MODEL GM, FORD & DODGE TRUCKS AVAILABLE! 



visit us on the web at www.dodgeofantioch.com 



"99 DODGE DAKOTA CLUB CAB SPORT 
Black, Full Power, 4x41 #989U^-.^_iL .. 



"9950 



TffZJ^W 



Just North of Six Flags Great America 



HOURS: M-F 9-9 • Sat 9-5 






TIOCH 




SERVICE: M-F 7:30-5:30 



Antioch, IL 5 . STAR 



WlsisBWIiEiillft 




+A deductible applies to the 7 yr/70K mile Powertrain 
Limited Warranty. ++0% apr available on select 2002 & 
2003 vehicles in lieu ol rebate, Must quality. Tax, title, lie & 
doc fee extra Excludes Viper. 10% apr % 60rtios available on 
'03 Durangos in lieu ot rebate. Example: 2003 Durango 
#30076 - S500.00 per inonlti tor 60mos at 0% apr Fin wTHo 
money down. S16.67 per S1000 financed. Must qualify: Tax, 
title, lie & doc fee extra. Dealer will not honor any pricing 
errors or equipment listing errors in litis advertisement All 
prices valid for 3 days past publication. Prior sales excluded! 



buyers with approved credit Plus tax, title, lie & doc fee 



SPECIAL EVENT 

An exciting local musical 
event /"LL4 



COOKING BY THE BOOK 

Put a tropical spin on 
breakfast/ LL5 



MOVIE REVIEW 

A talk with the director of 
'The Italian Job' / LL7 




Entertainment & Leisure 



By JULIE MUB.PNY 
Staff Reporter 

Less than five years ago, being farsiglited, having a lazy 
eye, astigmatism and relatively large pupils would * 
exempt one from having vision-improving surgery. 
Today, one could be considered a good candidate even 
with this complicated mixed bag of problems. 

LASIK stands for laser in-situ (Latin for in place or not 
removed) keratomileusis (carving of the cornea to reshape it). 

Advancements in technology over the past couple of years 
have opened the doors for many who previously would not 
have been eligible'. 

Now there is patented, and FDA approved, laser radar eye- 
tracking equipment that can track the position of the eye 4,000 
times per second and works in conjunction with a small spot , 
laser beam. The result is that most of those who are nearsight- 
ed, nearsighted with astigmatism, farsighted, farsighted with • 
astigmatism as well as those with both regular and mixed astig- 
matism can be treated. 

Mitchell-Jackson, M.D., a board-certified ophthalmologist 
specializing in a variety of refractive surgeries including LASDC, 
PRK (photorefractive keratectomy), lens implants, Wavefront 
Custom Cornea laser applications among others, said, "The 
technology allows for a smoother ablation (removal) profile." 

He said a fair analogy would be the comparison of high-res- 
olution digital image versus a low-resolution image. The edge of 
high-resolution will have more dots or lines per inch and less of 
a stair-stepping aiFect at the edges of the image. A low-resolution 
image, having fewer dots or lines per inch, wiU appear jagged. 

"We also have better ways to measure pupil size now," he 
said. "Problems arise when the pupil dilates beyond the treat- 
ment area. We match the treatment area to the pupil size 
under the most extreme circumstance. This takes care of that." 

While more people are eligible for LASIK surgery, having 
it does not mean that one will be able to see perfectly in all 
situations. "Theconec^dnybugetv^ as 

good as what you can get with the use of glasses or contact 




roi grs^ 



** 



mmmmmm> 



May 30-June 5, 2003 




Opthalmologist Dr. Mitchell. Jackson specializes in a 
variety of refractive surgeries including LASIK, PRK 
(photorefractive keratectomy), lens implants, 
Wavefront Custom Cornea laser applications among 
others at his Center for Advanced Eye Care office In 
Lake Villa.— Photo by Sandy Bressner 



The eyes have it 

"A look inside LASIK eye surgeiy" 



lenses," said Jackson. "Additionally, vision is corrected for dis- 
tance. Reading glasses may still be required." 

An exception to that is for those who request a monovision 
result in which the eyes are treated separately and will no longer 
work together. In those cases, one eye is correct for distance and 
the other for near vision. The advantage is that one may riot 
need reading glasses (except for the small print). . 

The disadvantages are that distance vision may not be as 
clear, depth perception may be effected and glasses may be 
required fair night driving. 

Jackson noted that there is a difference between "quantity" 
of vision and "quality" of vision. One can still be considered to 
have 20/20 vision when looking at the standard Snellen eye 
chart, though every letter may appear blurred. v 

The blurring is caused by "higher order aberrations," that 
cause glare, shadows, halos or other annoyances. 

According to Jackson, improved technology called "wave- 
front" technology allows some of these higher aberrations to 
be identified, measured and addressed. 
Screening, surgery 

Prior to surgery, there is an extensive screening procedure to 
determine eligibility. During that exam, the overall eye will be 
evaluated for ocular health and die shape and tliickness of the 
cornea will be checked as well as a retinal exam, a test of internal 
refraction and tear production. This step in the process takes 
between 60-90 minutes, much longer than Uie actual surgery. 

Jackson stressed that it is important to find a 
surgeon/optometrist team that will not take any shortcuts in 
testing. "There should be no shortcuts here," he said. "Each of 
these tests provides vital information." 

He added that one should interview surgeons and not 
base selection on price. The FDA's web site concurs. 

The FDA's site said it is important to be wary of any cen- 
ters that guarantee results or offer package deals and to read 
any and all patient information handbooks provided by. the. 
doctor. Additionally it said, "Your doctor should be willing to 
discuss his/her outcomes (successes as well as complications) 
compared to the results of studies outlined in the handbook." 

In addition tochecking the FDA web site, Jackson said 
one should interview the surgeon. He recommended the fol- 
lowing questions: How many procedures (whatever specific 
eye surgery one is looking to have done) have you performed? 
Are you involved in training other surgeons? If so, how many? 
Do other doctors, particularly ophthalmologists, come to you? 
Have you had your own eyes done? 

"An eye surgeon, unless he has perfect vision or isn't a can- 
didate, should trust the technology," said Jackson. "I had my 
eyes done and it was like I was let out of prison. These days, 
you're more likely to leave your house and have an accident in 
your car than you are to have a complication from the surgery." 

Potential risks include loss of vision from infection or 
irregular scarring or from the cornea healing irregularly. An 
astigmatism could result or an inability to wear contact lenses. 

Visual side effects could occur including a difference of 




Dr. Mitchell Jackson, an opthalmologist at the Center for 
Advanced Eye Care in Lake Villa, uses Lasik technology on 
Cindy Tipler. Tipler now has almost perfect vision after the 
unintrusive laser surgery. — Photo by Sandy Bressner 

power between the two eyes, a difference in image size 
between the two eyes, double vision, fluctuaUng vision, glare, 
halos and/or an increased sensitivity to light- • 

Additional surgery maybe required to fine tune results. 

Other reported complications include corneal ulcer forma- 
tion, droopy eyelid, endothelial cell loss, epithelial healing _ . 
defects, corneal swelling, retinal detachment and hemonhage. 
Complications could require a corneal replacement. 

Jackson, who has performed 8-9,000 laser vision correction 
surgeries since FDA approval in 1995, said complications from 
the surgery are not common. 

The surgery itself is a two-stage process. The first part .off 
the process is to cut a flap in the eye that exposes Uie cornea 
' tiien the cornea is corrected with the laser. According to 
Jackson, the laser is cool and does not "bum" the tissue away. 
• In explaining the process, Lehr said anesthetic eye drops 
are put in die eye and the patient may be given a mild seda- 
tive. "We have an instrument that holds the eyelid open, so 
you don't have to worry about riot blinking," he said. 

He added that the flap would heal without stitches, but 
that it is important not to rub, push or squeeze the eye as the 
Cap could shift. After die surgery, one might have itching or 
tearing for a day or two, and that those who are farsighted are 
more likely to have dry eyes that require lubricating drops. 

"You would need to have someone drive you home, and 
we recommend taking a nap for three or four hours," he said. 
"By the next day, it's likely that you could drive yourself in for 
the follow-up exam, but you should have a driver available." 



Mitcrj&iWack^ 



35fr 



"-:*{■:'':•/ :: K : ■•■':- ; ■■''..■■ *'■•. ...":''y' ; ':-;.V •.•■Si:Hi.'-- 






m 
m 



■ 



deserve it! 



■ 



Stop by our showroom and let our personable, experienced staff 
customize a spaespeclally made for you. 



Starts MAY 30«i 
AIXSPASUPTO 

•FREE $500og 
; Accessory 4JPkjg.': 



For Those Who Take Relaxation Seriously! \'M 



■ 



M*\ t !"Jf't. 



t 



I 




■ -■-.-''- 




ML 



■ 'i 

"ft 



re 







\'f,'-i'/ 



Located in Linden Plain 265-5280 www.nquapoolspapros.com 

20$.Q E. Grand Ave., Lindenhurst (Hwy. 132 Between Rt. AS & Rt..83) 

HOURS: M-W-F 9-6.T&TH 9-8, SAT 9-4, SUN 10-3 




2 LAKELIFE 



Lakeland Newspapers 



May 30, 2003- 



OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES 

« — - ■»-— — .— -., » ., ^ — .,,», ■ ■■■■■■ ■ , „*■■■.„■..«— —. .■ .. ■——. . 

Fishing derby 

The Hound Lake Beach Police DAH.E. pro- 
gram will host a free kid's fishing derby on June 7 
from B-12 a.m. at the Round Lake Beach lake front 
located at Lake Shore Drive and Beachvicw Drive. 
Food; beverages and bait will be provided for 
everyone. No fees or licenses are needed to fish. All 
kids 4 to 12 years of age are welcome to partici- 
pate. 

Steeple Chase Observation ride 

The Ambassadors chapter of the Christian 
Motorcyclists Association invites all motorcyclists 
to take part In their Steeple Chase Observation 
Ride. This event starts at Nielsen Enterprises locat- 
ed on Route 83, just South of Grand Avenue, In 
Lake Villa. Come as groups or as individuals to 



enjoy riding the back roads of northern Illinois and 
southern Wisconsin. First bike out at 9:30 a.m., last 
bike out at noon. The ride ends witii n picnic and 
door prizes. The event fee is $5 per person. For 
more information call 847-921-9193. , 



BIKING 



Recreational bicycle ride 

The 22nd Annual Ramble Bike Ride will take 

Jjlacc on Sunday, June 8, between 6 n.m.-5 p.m., 
caving from die Kenosha County Fairgrounds, in 
Wilmot, Wl, on the Wisconsin/Illinois border. The 
fairgrounds are easily reached from I-94/I-294, 
heading north from Chicago. 

This recreational bicycle ride has routes of 30, 
50, 70 or 100 miles, along low-traffic, scenic, rural 
roads In southern Wisconsin and northern Illinois. 
Tills is a fully supported ride, with distances attrac- 



tive to both occasional and advanced riders. 

Pre- register on line for $12 at activc.com. Day 
6f event registration Is$l7 from G-lOa.m. For 
more Information, call our hotline 847-604-0520 or 
visit www.bikcbclc.com. 



AUDITIONS 



Your big break 

Can you sing? Lake County Forest Preserves' 
Grccnbclt Cultural Center will hold auditions on 
June 3 and 10 from 5-6:30 p.m. Finalists will be 
selected in both adult and youdi (through age 17) 
categories of their 3rd annual talent competition 
Your Big Break Lake County. Anyone wishing to ' 
audition should come prepared to sing one song 
and bring a recent photo. Grccnbclt Cultural 
Center is located at 1215 Green Bay Road In North 
Chicago. The show and competition wilt be held 
on Sunday, Aug. 3. Prizes, including recording stu- 



dio time and a professional photo shoot, will be 
awarded to winners in each category. For more 
lnfonnation or to schedule an audition time call 
047-689-1600. 



RACING 



Lets go racing! 

An exciting weekend of racing and fun at the 
Brickyard 400 in Indianapolis is being sponsored by 
the College of Lake County's student activities office 
August 2-4. 

The weekend package includes round-trip bus 
transportation, two nights at the Lafayette 
Hampton Inn and track tickets. Bus transportation 
will depart at noon on August 2 from the CLC C- 
Wing parking lot. The cost Is $365 for a single \ 
room, or $343 for a double room, per person. 

For registraUon call 847-543-2287. For more 
information call 847-543-2290. 



■ 





fl "Unique 'Experience.. \ 
m Seafood Vinirig... j 

WHERE FRESHNESS I 
IS OUR SPECIALTY I 



I 
I 
I 
I 
I 
I 
I 
I 
I 
I 
I 
I 



$12.00 OFF 



when you buy two or more dinner entrees 

- or - 

$6.00 OFF 

when you buy two or more lunch entrees 

Expires 7/31/03. Limit two coupons per table per visit. Not valid with 
any other discount. Not valid holidays. Not valid Sat, alter 5:30pm. 

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT 

ON BOARD w/MARYANN WetL-SaL 

(Mundeleln) 
Dover Straits Has Two Great-Locations 



Mundeleln Hoffman Estates | 

Route 45, just East of Route 83 Route 58, 1 149 W. Gotf Road ■ 

(847)949-1550 wwwjjovastraltt.net (847)884-3900 I 



je^rexr-gs^, 



Twin Oafcs 



Country Inn 



Casual fine Dining & Elegant Banquets In a Historic 
Victorian House On Highway C, Wilmot, Wl 

(262) 862-9377 

Banquet Facilities for Groups of 40-200 For any Special Occasion 

Open For Lunch & Dinner 

Twin Oaks offers superb, affordable American Cuisine 

Extraordinary Nightly Specials 

Unique Wines, Cocktails, Cappuccino and Espresso 

Fresh Seafood Specials Friday 



« . -* ,..■;- 



Sunday Homestyle Dinners l-5pm $15.95 

Includes Bread, Soup, Salad, Entree and Dessert 
Regular Menu Also 

Dinner Tues.-Sat. at 5pm 

Dinner Sunday 1 :00 pm-7:00 pm (winter) 

1 :00 pm-8:00 pm (summer) 

Lunch Hours: Wed,, Thurs., & Fri. 11:30-2:15 pm 



MENTONES 



PARTIES OF 8 OR MORE • PLEASE CAIL AHEAD FOR RESERVATIONS 

Route 173 • Antioch 

847-395-4550 



.66 i 



[Spring Fashion Show" 

Sun. June 1st Featuring 

The Hottest Now Ideas from Ellen's Boutique 

Jewelry from F&L Jewelry 

Carol Lutz- Avon 
Stephanie Michaels - Spa 
" flatly - Costume Jewelry 'y* 




TICKETS AVAILABLE AT 

MENTONE'S 

. $12.00. ■ 

INCLUDES LUNCH 



Friday - ALL U CARE TO EAT 

n»h Fry «7JS (tadudu Solod Oar) -OH- FWi fry 
w/SJo* & Potato** HtS 3-1 0pm 

Saturday- PRIME RIB BUFFET 

Mm tndudti BnocM fori Cutfct, hoLion Souwg« 
«/P«pptt», Solod Bar A mora 



Alt U CAR E TO EAT • 5-IOpm 

Sun. Open 12 Noon-9prn, Mon. &Tues. Closed 



Wed. & Thurs. 5pnv9pm Dinners 
Fri. & Sat. Entertainment 9pm-2om 



- 







Captain's I 
Quarters \ 

open 1 lam daily 
Kitchen open late: 

H-Sat 12:00 Midnight 
Sun-9pm 



* 



: O THURfi. - DJ a DANCING v 

I Featuring THE DOCTOR 

• O FRI. - KAR0AKE 8pm ^ 

I O SUN. - LIVE BANDfi (on thg deck) 3pm I * 







* 



38283 N. Bolton Place. Antioch k 

W. of 59 on Grass Lake Rd, Loft on Ackerman, Left on Aster ^ 



847-395-3569 



Hwy JF Trevor, Wis., 1 mile North of Antioch 262-862-2076 

Reservations Recommended 
wmv.foodspot/colonyhouse.com 



Friday Fish Fry 

All-you-Care-To-Eat Beer Battered or 

Baked Genuine Icelandic Cod 
Early Birds 4-6pm-$7.25, 6-1 0pm $8.25 . 
Also Perch, Baby Walleye Pike or Bluegill $8.95 



k | OpenTue 



Tucs^ Wed, Thurs. -MiMpm, Fri. & Sot. 4-IOpm, Sun. 1-S:30pm, Clusttl Mon. 












Thursday $i racos & $i 1201. rappers 
Friday DJ & Dancing 9:30pm-i:soam\ 



it 



LIVE 



_ 



SAT., MAY 3 1 st SAWBONES 



SAT., JUNE 7 th 
DOORS OF 
PERCEPTION 



SIIWf^^WASCAR^ 



VoMW " 



(8471395-8990 




Kitchen Open Daily II :00am 

Located on beautiful Lake Marie, Antioch, 
MS9 to Beach Grove Rd. to wry end. Lett to Douglas Ave.^ 



%atfiy's JLaf^side Inn 



(Overlooking Fotesl lake} 



Tm. 



: ■ - ,.j <r* %: 



l >f^n {■:; u '■■-■ ;£i> ■ ■'■' 1. ■. v* rrrTi , iTih tun n t h n 



yCi^i*^ 



■ in. .i. C i'liM.Ulillt II ill 



eimm 



•jasjiffrM ip 



« 



Open at 11am 7 days, Lakeside Patio open 
. - when weather co-operates." 

•Appetizers • Burgers (World's Best) *Pizza 



24238 N. Lakeside Dr. • Lake Zurich, IL 60047 

847-438-7495 

E-mail: klsi01@aol.com • wwv/.kathysLakesiclelnn.com 







I 



May 30, 2003 



Lakeland Newspapers 



LAKELIFE 3 



When nature calls, lock the door 



I hadn't even opened my eyes yet, but I 
knew it wasn't going to be pretty. Yep, 
spring has arrived. I'd be content just 
listening to songbirds; but our cat PJ 
likes to treat me to another sign of the sea- 
son—dead mice dangled tantalizingly close ' 
to my face! 

For some reason, the warmer months 
turn our house into a prime breeding ground 
for the'four-legged set. Still, we make a 
valiant effort to remain civilized around here, 
even while deer defoliate the shrubs, rac- 
coons plunder the garbage, chipmunks gnaw 
through the flashing, and groundhogs bur- 
row under our foundation. 

Tliis year I've REALLY tempted the fates 
by agreeing to host a "Ladies Tea" next week. 
I knew I was in trouble as soon as I mailed 
the invitations out. The RSVP's have been 
rolling in. It seems like we're being solicited 
by every pest control company within a forty- 




LES 

ON 

LIFE 

Leslie Glazier-Werner 



mile radius of our house. 

You'd think I'd know better. Perhaps the 
word got out from a former dinner guest. All 
was going well at my little gathering until PJ 
caught her eye, "My, that toy mouse of his. 
looks so real, it could be alive!" Of course, I 
can always count on my daughter to use dis- 
cretion; "Yeah, Mom tried to kill THAT one 
with a broom last night!" 

I'm starting to panic. Wagon trails of 
ants are rolling through my kitchen like 
prospectors headed for tlie Gold Rush. They 



must know instinctively that I'm a total zero 
as the Exterminator— at least intentionally. \ 

God help me, last night our feline serial 
killer left another mouse carcass at our 
locked bedroom door. And what WERE those 
footsteps on the roof? You can bet it wasn't ' 
Santa Claus! With my luck, mother raccoon 
has returned to our attic just in time to set up 
housekeeping for the social season. 

Last time raccoons visited, I could have 
offered visitors all the hospitality of a crime 
scene. After ripping through our roof vents, 
die masked raiders had to be lured out by 
professionals with baited cages and welcom- 
ing searchlights. All I can say is we had just 
the right ambience for a high school gradua- 
tion party in a used car lot. 

At least we knew enough to take our 
neighbors' advice and hire a no kill wildlife 
control firm for our eviction. As do-it-your- 
selfers, they'd learned die hard way. Never try 



to solve your problems by taking matters into 
your own hands widi a twelve-gauge shot- 
gun. Nothing can crush die top of a new 
sports car faster tiian a frightened raccoon 
dropping from a rooftop! 

Now I have just days to go before I turn 
diis nature preserve into something accept- 
able in polite society. Unfortunately, our resi- 
dent beaver is downing trees all around us, At 
this point I'm hoping he lands a boxclder on 
die dining room. I'm prepared to admit 
defeat and leave nature to it's own devices 
indoors, while I move the festivities outside. 
I'm sure my party favors will be appreciated: 
tick repejlant, bug spray and, of course, fly 
swatters. Oh, and ladies, don't mind the 
geese. Just watch your step, and whatever 
you do, DON'T bend over! 

Leslie Glazier-Werner con be contacted at 
Iesismore@msn, cotth 



■ 




Thomason 




tory Telling Festival at the Byron Golby 
Barn in Praire Crossing, will feature 
Dovie Thomason, Sunday, June 1, 10 
a,m.-noon workshops will include 
Intergenerational Rolls in Culture, 1-2 p.m.; 
Kids matinee' 3 : 4 p.m.; and adult's concert 
foYtho'sc age 16 & up." : 

For more than 20 years, Dovie Thomason 
has shared the time-honored traditions and 
stories of the Native Americans she repre- 
sents. The Kiowa Apache and Lakota talcs she 



heard as a young child were lessons intended 
to teach proper behavior widiout punishment 
or confrontation, as the characters faced die 
same choices in their lives as she did in her . 
own. Passing on these blueprints for estab- 
lishing values and making choices comes nat- 
urally for Dovie as she gendy dispels false 
images of the First Nations People of Nordi 
America and replaces them widi traditional 
stories to which all cultures can relate. 
Three-time winner of the ALA Notable 



Recording Award, Dovie's performance high- - 
lights include die National Storytelling 
Festival, the Kennedy Center, the 
Smithsonian, NPR's Living on Earth and the 
PBS documentary The Call of Story. 
Admission paid at door: workshop $25; con- 
cert $7 adults, child rcn free reservations for all 
015-344-0181 or email: info@storytelling.org. 
The Prairie Crossing Community is locat- 
ed in Grayslake, south of Rt.120 on the west 
side of Rt. 45 at Jones Point Rd. 





If! 




Landmark 
of tha Chain 
Since 1938 




Thursday-AII-U-Can-Eat Crab Legs 
Friday-Our Famous Fish Fry /Boil 




Saturday-Prime Rib Special 

Sunday-Our Full Menu 
Designed to Satisfy all Appetites 



3/4 mile west of Rt. 59 
on Grass Lake Rd. 

395-4050 

Open Wednesday thru Sunday 




MONDAY - THURSDAY 

$1.00 Drafts • 

$t;75 Mixed Well Drinks 



.*. 



yfV- 






FRIDAY MAY 30™ 

.Fjsh Fry with Live Music By: 
Jon Allmet 



vm^EYlsUfla 




1 Also inquire about 
our shuttle boat passes 

and our boat ramp 
i season passes 



SATURDAY MAY 31 st 

Prime Rib & BBQ Dinners and Brand New - 
All-You-Cari-Eat 
Fried Chicken 
Music by: 

VVodjyla Duo 

Fri 30 th : Jon Allmet ^<s^ wamdrimeti 
Sot 31 st : Generations > \847-39&4i22 



Open 
Daily 11am 



For More Information Call 847-395-4122 

Check out our all new website: www.blarneyisland.com 



Za Za's 

Steakhouse & Italian Eatery 

Authentic Italian Specialties 



Chosen October, December & April 

Restaurant of the Month by 

Lakeland Readers 




tf Friday & 
y Saturday 

Evenings 




FRIDAY FISH FRY 
ALL YOU CAN EAT 




Make Your 

Graduation Party 

Reservations Now! 



Special Requests Taken by 
Our Chef, Davito 







Mon.-Sat. 11:30 am • Lunch & Din ner 

Opon Sunday 12:00 Noon f^p^« TO" . 



Book Your Party Now! 

Private Room & 

Packages Available 

For All accessions 



Senior Discount 

i 10% OFF 

! Sun. ttini Thura. EntrM Only 

; WTth tUa coupon. VilU Ami 8-1 !W3 i , 



69 S. Washington Street in Ingleside, !L 

across from fox lake flre department 

Between Rollins & Rt. 59 on Washington 



■ 



4 LAKELIFE 



Lakeland Newspapers 



May 30, 2003 



Check out an exciting musical event 



Saxophonist Jeremy Ruthrauff and 
Pianist Sebastian Huydts will be per- 
forming in recital at the Grant High 
School Auditorium on Sunday, June 1 
at 1:30 p.m. 

This exciting musical event is being host- 
ed by Gavin's Music Boosters: Tickets are $2 
per person and can be ordered through 
Gavin South Jr. High School 847-546-9336, or 
Gavin Central School, 847-973-3280. Tickets 
are limited. 

Ruthrauff is a saxophonist, composer and 
teacher based in the Chicago area. He is active 
in the concert music, jazz and experimental 



music area. His freelance work has included 
performances with such notables as the Lyric 
' Opera of Qiicago, the Chicago Contemporary ' 
Players and Chicago's Steppenwolf Theatre. He 
has performed with many well known jazz, pop 
and improvising musicians. 

Huydts studied piano in Amsterdam at 
the Sweelinck Conservatory, from which he 
graduated in 1989. As a composer he has 
written repertoire for solo instruments as well 
as various ensembles ranging from duo to 
orchestra. During the last five years, Huydts 
has taught at the University of Chicago, Lake 
Forest College and the Merit Music Program. 



YWCA taking camp registrations 



Summer camp programs for children 
ages 5 through 13 are currently being 
offered by the YWCA of Lake County. 
This year's programs will be held at 
three locations including the Greater St. 
James Church located at 2131 Wright Avenue 
in North Chicago, St. Paul's Lutheran Church, 
at 824 N. Lewis, and at the YWCA facility at 
2133 Belvidere Rd. in Waukegan. 

■Activities include arts and crafts, swim- 
ming, nature activities, games, a weekly field 
trip and a literacy component. An additional 
part of the curriculum will include the 
University of Illinois 4-H Clover Camp featur- 



ing community service, health and nutrition, 
and other age-appropriate activities. 
The YWCA camp program is offered in one- 
week sessions for 10 weeks beginning on June 
9th. Camp hours are from 6:30 a.rri. to 6:00 
p.m., Monday - Friday. Costis $125 per week 
with a one-time $20 registration fee per family. 
Discounts for families with more than one 
child enrolled in the program are available. 
Fees cover breakfast, lunch and snacks. The 
YWCA will accept payments from participants 
eligible for state child care subsidy. 

For more information or to enroll, please 
contact Karen at 847-662-4624. 







May Special 

RIBS ON THE RUN 

, FULL SLAB OF OUR FAM0US1 

BABY BACK RIBS $4 A&c 

Sorvodwlth _ n ng% *j «W 

choice of potato |(J |j|J H %J 

and coleslaw 

Fresh Seafood and Our Award Winning Salad Bar 

Lunch & Dinner 

ALL-U-£«iEAT FRIDAY FISH FRY $10.95, 

Show Lounge - CHANCE 

Friday & Saturday • Karaoke - Wed. 

Besf in Ribs & Steaks Since 1963 



935 Diamond Lake Rd., Mundclein 847-566-1090 




mm 



Lunches • Dinners • Banquets 



BBQ Catering 
For Summer Picnics 

Sat. Special... 

: Prime Rib 
& Baby Back Ribs! 



\°: 



Check Out Our 

New 
Comfort Specials- 



AII-You-Can-Eat Fish Fry 
Lake Perch Sc Beer 
Battered Cod 



^t 



0< 



C** 






Every Friday 
Starting at 4pm 



*», 



$ .& 

_.*«■«*. 



^iZth: 



American Pub & Eatery 

Tues. - $1.30 Drafts 
Wed. - You Call It $2.00 



!> ■'"'*"; 



**\'\o 






Karaoke 



Great 

; Dally Lunch^ 

Specials 



¥Sat 



ay 



RL 1 76, Just East of Rt. 12,Wauconda (847) 526-0002 



THERE'S JUST ONE HOSPITAL 

in Lake County that delivers 

. MORE THAN YOU'RE EXPECTING. 




At Like Forest Hospital, you're not surprised that every labor and delivery room nurse is fully certified in fetal heart monitoring. Or that 
the doctors arc board-certified. And you take it for granted that pediatricians from Children's Memorial arc always on hand if you need 
them. At Like Forest Hospital, you expect that kind of care. What you might not expect is that the whole wonderful experience is due to 
get even better. 

Our new facility, for family centered maternity promises even more room in your room for.baby; And Daddy. And real privacy^ There'll be 
a special care nursery widi extended capabilities. And our famous lobster dinner celebration? Of course. But here's the best part; if you're just 
now planning to have a baby, our new facility is due before you arc. Call (847) 535-6135 for more information or physician referral. 
Or take a virtual tour at 'wwwJakcforcsthospitaLcom/baby . • 



LaMlfe 




THERE'S JUST ONE. 

lakeforesthospital.com . 



May 30, 2003 



Lakeland Newspapers 



LAKELIFE 5 



I 



Hawaiian Waffles put a 
tropical spin on breakfast 



Nutritionists, notes cookbook author 
Maryana Vollstedt, call breakfast 
the "most important meal" of the 
day. The cookbook author "Big 
Book of Casseroles" now pays tribute to this 
premise in "The Dig Book of Breakfasts" 
(Chronicle, 2003), which carries the appropri- 
ate subtitle: "Serious comfort food for any 
time of the day." 

Vollstedt covers plenty of ground, offer- 
ing recipes for breakfast beverages fruit 
smoothies to a Deluxe Bloody Mary- 
omelets, frittatas, quiches, pancakes, French 
toast, cereals and breads— 300 in all. She pro- 
vides basic information as well as more 




COOKING 

t^BOOK 

Tom Witom 



advanced recipes. 

Some leisurely Sunday morning, spend 
the time preparing these Hawaiian Waffles. 
The Tropical Fruit Salsa she suggests as a top- 
ping provides just the right touch. 



Hawaiian Waffles 



2 large. eggs 

12 cup melted butter or margarine 

or vegetable oil 
13/4 cups milk 
2 cups all-purpose flour 
1 Tbl. sugar 
4 tsp. baking powder 
1/4 tsp. salt 
1/2 cup .flaked coconut 
1/2 cup coarsely chopped 

macadarma nuts 
Top With Tropical Salsa (recipe follows) 

Preheat waffle iron and spray lightly with 
oil. In a medium bowl, whisk eggs until 
foamy. Whisk in melted butter and milk. Add 
flour, sugar, baking powder and salt and 
whisk until just smooth. Fold in coconut and 
macadamia nuts. Pour 3/4 cup batter onto 
hot waffle iron. Close lid and bake until 
. steam stops and waffle is lightly browned 
and crisp, 3 to 4 minutes. Remove waffle and 
repeat with remaining batter. Serve immedi- 
ately with Tropical Fruit Salsa. 



Tropical Fruit Salsa 



1 ripe mango, peeled 

1 cup chopped fresh pineapple 

1 fresh jalapeno chile, seeded and 

finely chopped 

2 green onions, including some 

tender green tops, finely chopped 
1/2 cup finely chopped red bell 

pepper 
1/3 cup finely chopped parsley 
2 tsp. red wine vinegar 
1/4 tsp. salt 
Juice of 1 lime 

Make this sweet and spicy salsa about 
2 hours ahead to allow the flavors to blend. 
(Makes about 2 cups.) 

Carefully cut flesh away from mango 
pit in horizontal spears, then cut into 1/4- 
in. cubes. Combine in a medium bowl with 
remaining ingredients. Cover and refriger- 
ate. Drain excess liquid if needed. Serve at 
room temperature. 

Note: If you have sensitive skin, wear 
latex gloves when working with chiles. 




' 4X1! Loaded! tj jcujj okuiokuu ojjum uuw hiiiq j 

■ - -^ ! ; ■'"' Jri '--..' : \ 97 Jeep Gr. Cherokee Laredo V8 Leather... 

jSi&Jar- ^^ii^i • ?? 00 Kia Spoilage 4-Door 4X4 ; 

00 Dodge Neon Low Miles "REDUCED"... 

00 'Plymouth Voyager Minivan.-.^...... 

00 Pontiac Sunflre GT Sunroof Low Miles 
" 97 Toyota RAV-4 Sport Utility.................... 

to 98 Fold Taurus.....; ...."REDUCED".. 






i'l.JI 1 -1 )9*^V^^V?nHBmOTl^roQVPPI 




99 Jeep Cherokee Sport Low Miles,.......' 

* 97 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited 4X4 ! 



12,995 
12,595 
$9,995 
$9,995 
$9,495 
$9,400 
$8,995 
$8,500 
$8,495 



96 Chrysler Town :& Country Mi^n ib**d$7,395 

95 Chevy Camaro Convertible,.....; , $6,995 

97- Ford Ranger Pick-Up.............. $6,995 

~>95 Dodge Grand Caravan SE. .-. > $6,500 

'97 Chevy Cavalier. .'. ..........156,195 ' 

96 Dodge Grand Caravan LE $5,995 



90 Jeep Wrangler 4X4 '6-Cylinder Auto $3,495 



L' I TiTi 1 ViTHl <J 



nPir<^¥iTTliJirHi 



Dodge Conversion Van .....Make An Offer! 

90 Ford Tempo ......Make An Offer! 




Call for Details. 847-623-1 492 



[WE SERVBCE ALL...4ESSSW! #»M«' 



1S21 Belvidere St. (Rt. 1*0) SSS5S^S9i&S£E£ESSSI 

Waukegan 



FBEESHUTOETO-^- 
HORTK*£STtBNTBWN 

raOMKKI 

DELFS4 j| 



Ail sales and leases and used cars add only tax, title and $40 doc tee. Get a copy of the limited pow- 



."Some will not quality, txampie: u% tor bo montns at s.ib.b/' per montn per bi.uuu imanceo 

Ml offers not combinablc. All illustrations approximate. All offerif 
end in. 3 days unless posted. Dealer will not honor priciwj errors in this advertisement. . I 



lllHHlllJIIHtnliftKM'JtB^iJIHQVIlL'Ill'lr! 



***** * r * * •»■ 



"^"■P 



V 



6 LAKELIFE 



Lakeland Newspapers 



May 30, 2003 



S&M* i 



Cast a line for fun 



& 



Treat Dad or someone special to a 
cookout lunch and great fishing at 
the Father's Day Cookout and 
Fishing Expo, Sunday, June 15, from 
11 a.m. to 1 p.m., at Independence Grove 
Forest Preserve near Libertyviile. Enjoy a hot 
dog lunch, share your favorite fishing stories, 
and learn proper catch-and-release tech- 
niques and fish identification. The Preserve's 
1 15-acre lake is stocked with over eight vari- 
eties offish. 

the program includes lunch for adult 



and child, plus one dozen night crawlers. Fee 
for the adult-child package is $20 for Lake 
County residents and $28 for non-Lake . 
County residents. Anglers should meet at the 
Preserve's North Bay Pavilion. Registration 
and prepayment are required and must be 
received by June 6. Stop by the Visitors 
Center or call 847-968-3499 to register. 

Independence Grove Forest Preserve is 
located on Buckley Road (Route 137), just 
east of Milwaukee Avenue (Route 21), near ' 
Libertyviile. 



A Father's Day gift that's sure to soar 



During die 100th Anniversary of 
Flight, get Dad in the cockpit for 
the adventure of a lifetime, cour- 
tesy of me national, nonprofit Be-a 
Pilot-Program. Rather than giving another 
power tool that will gather dust, help Dad 
tool around the skies in a small plane. The 
experience may even launch him on a new 
passtime, one he can use for recreation, 
business travel or family trips. 

Simply go to 'www.beapilot.com, or call 
1-88B-BE A PILOT to register pad for a $49 
introductory flight certificate, accepted at * 
more than 1,900 flight schools nationwide. 



That's about half the cost of a typical lesson. 
To find schools in your area, go to 
http://www.beapilot.eom/schooIs/.When 
he's ready to fly, Dad brings the certificate 
.along with the $49 to the school, where he'll 
strap into die pilot's seat of a single engine 
plane and learn how to take off, maneuver 
and land under the guidance of an FM- 
licensed instructor. And if he flies by July 31, 
he'll also receive a free logbook by mail to 
document his first and any future lessons. 

Register online and print the certificate. For 
more Information, e-mail or call Gary Beckett 
at beckett4@optonline Jiet or 203-299-0508. 



BAR J 

Watch dascar on your choice of 8 TVs 



■NASCAR 



fc SPECIALS. 



KARAOKE 

EVERY FRI. 9pm-lam 



Book your private parties here! 
UPCOMING BAND 



S5.00 
Off Any 
Pizza with 
this ad * 



.Spinney Hun Shopping Plaza * 750 S. Hwy. 21* Gumcn, 



' Sat., May 31 new Invaders 



Open Microphone 
Every Tuesday 8pm-i2am 




"Fresh Squeezed Orange Juice 



Pancakes * Waffles • Crepes •Omelettes 

Homemade Soups Dally 

Charbroiled Burgers 

Fresh Salads 

Full Lunch Menu 

Carry Outs 

6a in -I op m Daily 

847-336-7700 

488 N. Greenbay Rd. 
Waukegan 





NEW HOURS; Mon-Th 7:00am-1 0:00pm, Fri & Sat 7:00am-1 :00am Sun 7;00am-1 2:00am 



MEXICAN STYLE BREAKFAST AND LUNCH 



* Bistec Ranchero 

'w LA 



• Huevos Algusto 
•Enchilada 




442 Green Bay Rd., Waukegan 
Phone (847) 244-3550 



m 



* -*"->*■■ -"' J,' V b 'ajatf j 




':'■ 







< 






, ', > 



is S* 



• Special Senior's Menu 

• Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner 

• Dally Dinner. Specials . 
Open 7 Days A Week 
Children's Menu 

' Good Service 

• Daily Specials f Friday o 

• Carry Outs Saturday 

Open 
' "Fine FOOd 14 Hours 



m 

I' < J 







- 



Kr; ; 





FAMILY RESTAURANT 



855 E. Rollins Rd. Round Lake Beach 
(847)223-0404 






■ ■-.■ 



fttlfCH 







■. . •-■tvri vt'rvutii i •lhO«0-'('li 

847-546-251 2 

421 Rollins Road 
Round Lake Beach 

£ h 

KARAOKE 




Mini Golf & Batting Cages 

WEATHER PERMITTING 

$5.00 OFF 

1' OK 30 MINUTES (Normally $15.00) Friday & Saturday 




^ 



3»'* st <^ 




Early Bird Specials Before 6pm 



Wed.-Fri. - ALL U CAn EAT 



Blue Clu • Walleye. 
Lake Perch • Icelandic Cod 

(All entrees Include soup or salad, Chef veg,'&. choice of potato) 



"new" Thurs. SPECIAL 



ny Strip Steak & Jumbo Snoui Crab 
ALL U CAn EAT 
Jumbo Snow CrabS (While They Last) 



Sat. - PRIME RIB 



Closed Monday • Sun.-TAjesi-Thurs. 4-9pm 
Fri. &*Sat. 4-10pnriV 

884-2225 



(262) 



Marcomb's Steak House ts at the Intersection of 

SA and AH In Camp Lake. Wisconsin. 

From Route.83 go west on county SA, follow to AH, 

turn right on AH. Marcomb's Is on the left. 



*•*»•••*■ 



9* *•*•*•* 






5,000 Sq. Ft. Of FUN!! 




LADIES NITE 

WEDNESDAYS 

9pm-12 Midnite 

Smirnoff Products 'Long Islands 'Rails 
All You Can Drink • Penny Pitchers 

ALL FOR $5.00 

Taps & Rails 



Open At 11:00AM Daily 

2114 - 52nd Street • Kenosha 

262-653-1283 



Convenient parking located across 52nd Street 

Full Menu Always Available 

Directions: 94 to exit 342, Rte. 158 east 6.5 miles 



75$ FRI 
U CALL IT 



-• 




[> 3 rr-4^j9 t ^*^^,^P^J^.^*r;, ■_,....--- 



EVERY SATURDAY YOUR 
CHANCE TO WIN A 

TRIP TO VEGAS 

WHEN YOU 

TASTE THE TEAS! 

Taste anyone of the Barn's Signature Teas; 1 to 
For only*? 50 And Receive A Raff le Ticket For 
Your Chance To Win! The More You Driak, 
.-'-■:■■; The Better Your Chatce To iln. 




MAY 
ENTERTAINMENT 



^S\ 



." ■ ■ 



,,... 



■ 



MayJIst 

J The Johnny Rocker Band" 

2 May 24th 

?Wiidiitch# 



V* 



41 



"> '■■; J^-iL J 



Sign up NOW for summer APA Pool Leagues 
& Dart Ball Leagues 

No cover w/Military ID or Student ID 
/A/ways JooWnq tor new bands. Call (or Info! 



QW 



VWMNHIWHHn 



■HBVI 



HBMiQnHBaBHBSI 



May 30, 2003 



Lakeland Newspapers 



LAKELIFE 7 



NEW RELEASES 



Reel Movies 



>:' 



Jl. 

a : 

si 



I 



These films are currently playing at local the- 
aters. More reviews of these and other films can be 
found undercurrent Movie Reviews and Future 
Films at www.reelmoviecritic.com. 

Opening This Week 

Finding Nemo ****!£: An 

animated feature from Pixar, 

the company that brought us 

"Toy Story" and Monsters, Inc. - 

is a father-son underwater . 

adventure about Nemo, a 

young clown fish. Captured 

from a coral reef and placed in a fish tank, his father 

tries to free him. Albert Brooks, Alexander Gould, & 

Ellen DeGeneres. 

Hie Sea****-. An old man in Iceland struggles to 
keep his fishing business competitive against large 




corporate fisheries. His three adult children want 
him to sell. Director Baltasar Kormakur ("101 
Reykjavik") again makes a film that on the surface is 
mildly exciting which he invigorates with a cast of 
unforgettable characters. 

Still Playing 

Assassination Tungo:***l/2 n 

Bend It like Beckman: ****L2 

Blue Car.* ***L2 

Bruce Almighty: •* * V2 

Down with Love:**** ' 

Good Thief, The: ••** 

The In-Laws: • * * V2 

Manic; ***L2 

The Shape of Things; •**• 

What A Ghi Wants: •*** 

Winged Migration: ***** 

Only the Strong Survive: ****l/2 



w**a 





t's not often, that a major 
motion picture As ; marie by a 
former resident of Lake 
Li; County. But with the new film 
le Italian Job," F. Gary Gray, a 
33-year-6id native of Highlarid 
'Park, has amassed a distinguished 
career in just five films— "Friday," 
"Set if Off," "The Negotiator," and 
"A Man Apart". Shari Lansing, 

, the, President of Paramount 

• Studios , called Gray and asked him ' 
if he would be interested in direct- 

- ing this picture. He believes that 
the reason he got that call was 
because she knew who he was and 
that he can " . . .deliver action with . 

■ characters you get to know that 
have warmth." 

Although more than 30 Mini 
Cooper cars were used in the pro- 
duction, you never see more than 
three at any time. So much hap- 
pens with these little gems, that 
Gray "...had a 24-hour body shop 

' dedicated to the movie." The cast 
was so tight that he says "it was the 
easiest group so far." Part of that is 
because, as Gray says, "Over the 
last four films, I've sharpened my 
ability to articulate my vision with 
the actors." A key factor in the 
chemistry of the actors being on 



f^HttTtfhW 



BEST PRKE FOR 

TRUNFIIMS' 
IN THE AREA 



S4.0D until 6p.m. daily • :.*t>t':l »■: -.'a, (stewM • , li 

MiLITARV SENIOR CITIZEN & STUDENT EVENJNG DISCOUNT 

itovi viII.tjuiiim"?:. corn 



FREE REFILLS ON SODA & POPCORN 



LAKEHURST 601 Lahehurst Rd. * Lakehurst Mall 
IRId. 120 &Rle. 43) •847-688-0200 



Call 

for 

Showtimes 



BELVIDERE ZliS&lvMw* & |Rte mtltmslm} 
sr-wii-" lit) 



T 

Call for Showtimes 



A conversation 

with... 
F. Gary Gray 



target was the casting director, 
• Sheila Jeffe, who is best known for 
;assembllng the cast of "The 
Sopranos." 

Getting his first professional 
position in movies as a cameraman 
at the age of 19, Gray explained the 
one moves from Highland Park to ' 
Hollywood is due to "...planning 
and the luck of the draw. It's a roll 
of the dice and working with good 
people that will give you an oppor> 
tunity" to succeed or fail. 

One reason why the action in 
this film seems so natural is 
because the story and characters 
are the essence of the movie, with 
the car, boat and helicopter chases 
functioning as supporting events 
rather than the reverse. 

F. Gary Gray clearly has a vision 
and knows how to communicate it 
to everyone involved with making 
his films. Before a film begins, he 
creates and distributes a mission 
statement, "So all would know how 
to fulfill my vision." Gray clearly 
conveys a sense of what a director 
does and what it takes to make a 
film something special. 



■3U'l 



f£LAS§.!£M?JNtMAi 



FOX LAKE«F4 

115 Lakeland Plaza . , ■ 
444 FILM "619 Stffi 

PR f : , '. M "^ , In owory auditorium 



SHOWTIMES— FRIDAY, HAY 30 
THRU THURSDAY. JUNE 5 

FINDING NEMO* 



Frl 5:00 7:20 9:30 

Sat 12:15 2:30 5:00 7:20 9:30 

Sun/Wed 12:15 2:30 5:00 7:20 

Mon/Tue/Tnu 5:00 7:20 

BRUCE ALMIGHTYV m 

Fri 5:057:25 4:45 

Sat 1230 2:45 5:05 7:25 9:45 

Sun/Wed 12:30 2.-45 5:05 7:25 

Mon/Tue/Thu 5:05 7:25 

INLAWS [pg .ii] Fri 5:15 7:35 9:50 

Sat 12:40 2:55 5:15 7:35 9:50 

Sun/Wed 12:40 2:55 5:15 7:35 

- --• MonnUen"hu 5: 1 5 7:35 

THE MATRIX RELOADED*™, 

Fri 4:00 7:00 10:00 
Sat 1:00 4:00 7:00 10:00 
Sun/Wed 1:00,4:00 7:00 
Mon/TUe/Thu 4:00 7:00 

DADDY DAY CARE r™ 

Fri 5:107:15 9:25 

Sat 12:50 3:00 5:10 7:15 9:25 
Sun/Wed 12:50 3:00 5:10 7:15 
KoiinUe/Thu 5:10 7: 1 5 
* No panel or coupon! 

• Big comfy seats, 

with cupholders 

• Big, Bright Screens 

with All Digital Sound 

• FREE Refills- ALL Sizes 

Popcorn & Soft Drinks 



No children under 6 admitted to R-roied mo>i« alter b PM 

www.classiccinemas.com 



The Italian Job 

Rating 

PG 13 for violence and 
some language 

Director 

F. Gary Gray 

Starring 

MarkWahlberg 

CharlizeTheron 

Edward Norton 

Mos Def 




• NO PASSU 
X NO MOVJI rUN 
T1CKITS 




SMI UVHMUMI - Ml 1HOWJ IO0U JJ0 

1 00% STADIUM StATlNO WITH 

DIGITAL SOUND 



(7)' mo rr no rtim nxi ow nam ne* nxi i«wl «*«■*«/ 
. I— nexus NOW *v*iujii at www.mofiuilhtalrt i.cpm 



. NOCMMfNtMOtttfOatUUQMOV** 
' IHOWlMtlAVMAMAT •wnrjnurcurtiMHicwi 
ADVAHC1 PAY nCim AVAItAUl Al All MAlCtg IDCATlOW) 



Student Discount 

S5.50 All Shown with a Valid Student ID 

Military Discount 
. $4.50 All Shows wllh a Military ID 



:■•}■-• A 

Grand Ave. Woit 

B47-SSS-9940 



SHOmiMES FOR FRI VW TriRU TWJ 6fi 


Finding Ktmo IGI • - 


J WO, 2:30, 5:00, 7:M,»:5S 


Finding Nemo • 


12:45, 3;IS,S:45, t%> 


Finding Nemo (0) • 


1:25,4:00,6:30,9.05 


ruiUr>Job(PGU)* • 


12:10, 2.40, 5:10, 7:40. 10:05 


llsllAnJfl6(?Q13)XV 


1:10.3:40,6:10,5:40 


Wrong Turn (&)*• 
Almighty BnicttPail)^ 


1;15, 3:20,5:25, 730,83$ 


12:15, 2:40, 5:05, 7:35, 8:55 


Almlflhly flnie* (P013) • 
JUmtofity Bfuc* (Pais) • 


1:05, 3:25, 5:50, 5:15 


1:45,4:10,5:35,8:00 


Tn«JrHm(PQ1.)X^ 


1:50, 4:15,7:00, 8:40 


Uilf!jfUlo*fed<R)Xy' 


Fr -Si, Uo-Th 3:00,0:00,8:00 


IMrliRak»d«f(H *• 
Uatrii Reloaded (R) X • 


SufcSO 


1«,4«,7«,tft00 


UalriJ Reloaded (R) X • 
Do«mWHriUvttl><li3)^ 


2:00,5:00,6:00 


. 3:30,9:45 


Oeddy Day Cert (PG] 


I2J5, 5:05, 9:50 


Daddy Day Car»(PG] 


1:15, 3:35, 5:55, 1:15 


X4ltn2(Pai»V 


12:30,6:30 


X-Uen2(P0U) ' 


1:30,4:30,7:30 


UnHUcaulra(PG) 


'2:45,7:25 


Send HUX* Beckham (Ptlll) 


tIS, 4:50. 725, 10:00 


Identity (R) ■ 


12:20,2:35,4:507:05,9^0 


Hotel (PG) 


1:30,4:15 


Anger Uanagemenl (PQ13) 


7:05,8:3(1 


UiIriiRttotdadmx^ 


Open Caption 6u 3:00, AM 


DON'T M13S OUR FREE REFILLS ON A LARQE 


POPCORN AND SODA. 


JUST ASK FOR THE C0U80 n 



, 






i 












Iragk^Sjl 




i 




,;<■■ 


■ 



George & Path Singleton 

www. nxlmavlecrUlc com 



MOVIE REVIEW KEY 



"• i Hox Someone should be tired for 
rip miking this movta 

£i2 Iloxcs Wail until this 

movie comes oat on video 

'Jj 3 Itoxcs Had high expecta- 
tions end was disappointed 



HdtV, 



4 lloxcs Wow! 

I'm Impressed 

*?5 5 iiox™ Don't 

miss this movie! 




"T" ohn Bridger (Donald 
1 1 Sutherland) is a high-end 
I thief also has spent so much 
1 of his adult life incarcerated 
mat he and his almost 30 year old 
daughter Stella (CharlizeTheron) 
hardly know one another. 
Recently out of prison, he wakes 
Stella up in Philadelphia with a 
call from his cell phone, at the site 
of "one last job" in Venice, Italy. 
His plan is to steal $35 million in 
gold bars from a safe in a palazzo, 
with his partners Charlie (Mark 
Wahlberg), Steve (Edward 
Norton), Lyle (Seth Green), 
Handsome Rob (Jason Statham) 
and Left Ear (Mos Def). 

He tells his protege* Charlie 
that he regrets not spending 
more time with Stella and that 
there are two kinds of thieves: 
those that wanttto enrich their 
lives and those (hat use their 
thievery to define their lives. He 



■ 



was the latter and Charlie should 
strive to be the former. 

John Is a wise old fool that is 
more an old fool than a wise one. 
He also tells Charlie that he .should 
"trust everyone, just not the devil 
in them." There is a double-cross 
in the mix, and we are not left long 
.to wonder who the dishonorable 
thief is. It's Steve, played by 
Edward Norton, who has convinc- 
ingly portrayed a few sleazy crimi- 
nals in his career ("Primal Fear" 
and "The Score"). 

The gold is stolen in a spectac- 
ular robbery, first in Venice and 
once again after a champagne 
toast to victory in the Austrian 
Alps. One of the gang is dead, and 
Steve absconds with the gold, 
thinking he has killed the rest of 
the group. 

A year later, Charlie discovers 
that Steve is in California when he 
begins fencing the gold bars. Stella 
is a "safe and vault technician con- 
sultant" in Philadelphia, who 



kEGAL CINEMAS 



* REGAL ENT E.N1 AINU C NT GHOUP CUUPlKi 



DIG = DIGITAL SOUND BARGAIN SHOWS IN ( ) 

* Pan /Discount Ticket Restriclionj Apply 

' -f -- TIULliAV7.!!'A!UL0MlM" ATFAHDANG0.COM 



ROUND LAKE BEACH STADIUM 18 % 

Rollins Rd. Btwn Rl. S3 & Cedar Lake Rd. 
00O-55S-TELL (and any "Movlos") 



opens uncrackable safes for the 
police, Charlie contacts her to join 
with the rest of the crew to break 
into Steve's safe and steal the gold 
back to avenge her father's mur- , 
der. 

With lots of laughs and as 
much fun to watch as "Ocean's 
U" and "The Good Thief," this 
one is aimed right down the mid- 
dle of the alley and knocks down 
all 10 pins. Adults will enjoy the 
banter and youngsters will love 
the Mini Cooper car chase. Great 
fun. 



Kerasotes Theatres 

www.korasotos.com 3 6- 



nn • All Shows Before 6 pm 
uu - Seniors, Military, 









Students. Children 



Call Theilra (or Showtimes 



LAKE ZURICH 12 

755 S. Rand Rd. aOO-555-TELL(anawy "Moves-) 
STADIUM SEATING IN SELECT AUDITOniUMS 



Times For W0.03 



Call Theatre lor Showtimes 

l i , n'rVii |l lr" 



Only 56 00 Adu | t Evening AdmlsBlon 



RlVERTREE CODKT 

701 N, Milwaukee • VERNON HILLS 

(847) 81C-B228 



Showtimes for May 30 - June 5 • 

Italian Job (PG-13) 
4:15 5:00 7:00 7:45 9:40 1050 
SalTSun. Matinee 1:30 2:15 

Down with Love (PG-13) 

4:00 6:45 9:30 SatVSun. Matinee 1:15 

Identity (R) 

9:15 only 

Wrong "torn (R) 

5:15 8:0010:10 SatTSun. Matinee 2:30 

Bend It Like Beckham (PG-13) 
4:45 7:15 10:00 Sat/Sun. Matinee 2:00 

Lizzie McQuire (PG) 
3:45 6:30 SaUSun, Matinee 1.00 

The In-Laws (PG-13) 

4:30 7:30 9:50 SatiSun. Matinee 1:45 

Daddy Day Care (PG) 

3:30 6:15 9:00 Sal^Sun. Matinee 12:45 



SlIOWPLACL 8 (847) 247-8958 
Milwaukee Avo-2nd Light S.of (50) 
VERNON HILLS • ALL DIGITAL SOUND 



Showtimes for May 30 - June 5 . 

Finding Nemo (G) 

4:00 4:45 6:05 6:45 7:15 8:30 9:15 9:40 
SatySun. Matinee 11:00 11:30 12:30 
1:30 2:00 3:15 

Bruce Almighty (PG-13) 
3:30 5:00 6:15 7:45 8:45 10:15^' 
11:10 FRI. a SAT. only 
■ SatiSun. Matinee 12:00 1:00 2:30 

Matrix Reloaded (R) 
4:15 6:30 7:30 9:30 10:30 
Sat/Sun. Matinee 11:45 1.2:45 3:00 

X-Men2(PG-13) 

3:45 7:00 10:00 SaL/Sun. Matinee 12:15 



**■» fc^»* — »yw '■ -t^ ~- *«-t ■ - * * 



■■■»■ ■ ■ ■ ij ^, , ■■ I — ■ * 



U > . . -. 






^ »« 



I 






8 LAKELIFE 




* f«i 



Don't Miss 
The Bedding 

is* 




Lakeland Newspapers 






Extra Firm Queen Set 



May 30, 2003 




^nf^fe r e st F R E ;E P q y ml e n t s for 9 Day s 
FREE 3 Day Co m fort G u a ran tee ^^io^ 






*■■ :it 



CLASSIC FIRM 

Your Price - 

TWIN «.rc '79 

FULLtt.«i '119 




SQUIRE EXTRA FIRM 


1 




WJM 


. Your Price 

TWINm.pc ....'89 


$ 349 

QUEEN 




QUEEN 

■iJ'C.'SF.I 


FULL «. pa »149 

KING, hi jo ..'499 j 




. .i-i. . - ....... 











^3 BACKS AVER GAZETTE LTD. 



Your Price 
TWINiA.pt ...>129 
FULL«.pc . ...*179 
KING ,kl«t . . .'529 




PS POSTURPED1C 
w "* PENDANT Fl^ 1 

Your Price 

TWIN o-pc . . . .*179 



FULL 



ixpc 



■259 



KING S pc S n....*799 




£3 POSTURPEDIC MANET 



Your Price 

TWIN «. pa ....'239 



FULL 



FA PC 



•319 



KINGjpcso . . . .*929 




Q3 B'ACKSAVER 



LANGHAM FIRM 



Your Price 
TWIN EA-pa . . .*149 
FULLixpc ...'209 
KING, pew ..'599 




D3 




POSTURPEDIC AMBERHIU 

EXTRA FIRM 
Your Price 
TWINrxpc ....'219 |&| 

FULL u ra .'289 

KING »pc«t....*899 

r^S POSTURPEDIC MANET 
^** PIUOWTOP 

Your Price 

TWIN m.pc . . . .'249 

FULL tA.rc '329 

KING ircsn.... '999 





Mattresses! 




Prices! 









/m 




l A 



x I 





■ 


(isSt 


f * 1 1 ". j 


4' y£K 







STEARNS & FOSTER 
BLAKELY PLUSH 

Your Price 

TWIN SET . . . .'699 

FULL*r »799 

KINGircKT ..'1199 

(fib STEARNS & FOSTER 

W CROSSGATE CUSHION FIRM 

Your Price . 
TWIN SET . . . .'799 

FULLsn '899 

KING jpcsn . . .'1299 



QUEEN 

; YVcTSET. 




STEARNS & FOSTER 
CHAPELH1LL PLUSH PILLOW TOP 



Your Price 

TWIN SET,.., '899 

FULL so ...'999 

KING 3 pc5xi .,.'1399 



1099 

QUEEN 



i it. si:r 




STEARNS & FOSTER 
DANECROFT PLUSH 



Your Price 
TWIN SET . . . .'999 
FULLsn .....'1099 
KING jpcsn .. .'1599 



1199 

QUEEN. 

zpcstrr 



M0NTEREY$ 
DAY BED 




OAA SoWWood 
/HH CompoieAiS499 

Complete with loft. 



?r*z 



FUTONS 




168 



as low as 

with FREE Fulon Mattress 



C0HC0RDRAKE$QOO 
QUEEN BED OUU 



Cocnpofi Al SS99 
Wood iaib>lleodboaid 
Foolbootd 



TiilTiT] 







NEWPORT 

SUIGN 
QUEEN BED 



$ 499 



ioMWood 
CompcroAl S59? 
Wood rsili • Heodboord 

• Fooibooid 










•> i ... 

:"' ,f 



TWIN^ATTRESS 

(odjH«» •>/.'.;* : 
/FoP!odiFi«aSS4 
QuMa2Pf«(tSil$m' 



Where dreams come true. 




48 Chlcagoland Location! to Sorvo You! •• 1 -88841XP1RTS to speak directly to store nearest youl • wwwJieddlngoxperts .com 



m' 






m 



Gurnee II 7055A Grand Ave., across from Linens 'N Things ...,'.' . . .847-856-3153 

Mc Henry 1767 Richmond Rd., across from Arb/s ........ . .815-344-2101 

Mundelein 421 Route 60, 1/2 mile west of Rt. 45 ; . . . .,.' . ,.. .847-566-0606 

Roundlake Beach 254 E. RbUiiis Rd. ( in front of Kohl's ........ . . .847-546 : 8582 

Vernon Hills 701 N. Milwaukee Ave,, Rivertree Ct . . . . .847-968-5475 



unci 



m 



Find U* Fait In the 
Amoriteth Yellow Pogei 



Hour*; Monday ■ Friday 11 -8 • Saturday 10.30-5:30 • Sunday tteon • 5 

mWB 



'Not valid on prior piirchMei Mitirt wei told icparai try. SllghUy higher on tome models, 
Pholoi for lllmlralldn only. " wlih ftnnliim Sd 

; c tDoiKC'Dniis; toin, mas wo wra in this hj wi vwio wih'othu Offris 01 hm sua • mwm wuxn vmi &mwihmswitmt>iM sroia 
oiWHinjtfHArKOiittfJUWiifotnauPMW'CTui'Wir^ 
oxaNoiwuowH mrous marU^scs7o«MtumiTir>n«is 



: e5-d^;3,FT:;;d.nfil 



F{.|| ; 'E. I l!:".D.,e I J y ery & | S .e;.t : u; : p;h^rfes*(So«57sto^^^^ 

I R IE Re mo va I ^M^Mwa^],-^ H El O % Financing^ 



e-/>i!dirW«mS*MSa»S30to 



550 $fm\ 



.\s.'Vv. 



Lul.— *'*lk.»J--n.* Pl'^l* _-■«-! J - L"-- 



. i. -■ ^U -i 






1-iwint vH iit'. 1 . VL_ltVUi/i„,-V.',. 4-<i3 




rr* 





NEWSPAPERS 
May 30-June 5, 2003 



Section 



AWARD WINNING CLASSIFIED INSIDE 




ATA 



Seniors upset about 
graduation day 

Round Lake— Some seniors 
at Round Lake.: High School are ; 
upset that their graduation cere- 
mony will not be held outside and 
that they want to choose their ; 
own speaker, and do a tribute to " 
former student TCiike Larripl who'' 

■died frbrn injuries suffered in. a 

f ■'football game in 2001, . 

Student Katie Groblexyski said, 
"We are veiy upset and unmotivat' : 
ed. We thought we'were doing I 
everything dgl it... but we keep ■'■> 
getting shut down. Most things we 
try . and do at this High 'school get .'; 
shutdown. We always get pushed 
from ohl' person. to the next. We 
have a lot of ideas yet we feel that, J 
everyone else is plannirig*our ; 

j ^graduation." School ofJflclaJs said % 
they are looking mfotl\e matter. 

Village to host versioii 
of ^American; Idol' 

;Gurnee^polI6win8 ; oiie bf •' 
■■', the. mosjt ■■. popular . reality , TV 
v shpwsi^'Arnerican Idol?', the 
^'Gurnee'Days Corporation has 
,v, agreed to have 'Gurnee Idol' be a < 
^pa^prUie^a^nu^celebraUo^.! 
Gurnee Idol will be on Aug. 8, 
.•jilKe^rida^.nightJp^ 
• Vfrbm7-9 P-n>- 

Marian said the group has 
jusrsct a date for auditions for die.'. 
conUsU'Stuidents,: ages 14-18,' 

may audidpri forgone of (probk--- 
^bjy^apspojislpr^ 
: > ftpm 'K4 ^m^uditibns will be at <( 
Warreh\To'wh"ship;:High School's . 
^Aimpn^i^tip^: 

Route 21 bridge shut 
down for a day 

Guirnee^-On Friday May 30, ■ 
the Route 21 (MUwaukee Avenue) £ 
bridge will , be closed , all day,'; : 
weather permitting. Traffic will be', ? 
" VdetQuredv from Milwaukee. 
Avenue onto -Gages Lake and 
Hunt Club roads. Motorists are,' 
advised "tpjuse alternate. routes 6n.;- 
thls day "to avoid 1 excessive: traffic ; 
congestion, 

Rte. 12 hotel gets 
favorable response 

. Fox l4ike^Buiidmg^a;desti- /. 
,; jiaaon ; !n^rt:is;the;gpai^of hotel; • 
and water park develop era, which ., 
presented plans .fprva ; 90-r6brhV- 
.hotel and water park on the '. ; 
. William Sayjes property, off Route 
'■ 12 overlooking Pistakee Lake! The 
: attractions could bring 110,000 / 
ne w.yisi tors ta the village annually. 



• i • •■ ■.• •■ 




Our patriotic 




1T10CH PUBLIC LIBRARY DISTRICT 
757 MAIN ST. 
ANT10CH.IL 6001 



By JOHN PHELPS, JUUE MURPHY 
AND STEVE PETERSON 
Staff Reporters 

Driving through various towns 
last weekend,, it would have been 
hard not noticing that it was 
Memorial Day. Old Glory, in the form 
of flags, pins and stickers, draped 
from the ceilings of homes and area 
businesses. Horns honked repeated- 
ly as people demonstrated their sup- 
port of the Armed Forces and' their 
patriotic pride. 

Many local villages had their 
ways of commemorating the special 
day. Round Lake's Memorial Day cel- 
ebration showed the ultimate in • 
patriotism, with its parade culminat- 
ing in a procession of 6-8 veterans 
pulled on a flatbed to the Round 
Lake American Legion Hall. 

Army veteran Bob Amundsen 
was one of them. 

"It's been terrific — the patriotism 
was very high (today), especially 
where respecting the flag was con- 
cerned," said Amundsen, a Round 
Lake Park native who served for the 
U.S. Army's communication division. 
Amundsen worked primarily on the 
front lines in Okinawa and Hiroshima 
during World War 11 from 1943-46. . 

"The participation was at an all- 
time high. 1 haven't been too active 
with the VFWs or Legion Halls for a 
few years, but Post Commander Kris 
Siebert talked me in to coming down 
today. I'm glad I did." 

Amundsen said he was behind 
President Bush'sdecistons concern- 
ing the War.in Iraq. 



"I support him 100 percent," said 
"Amundsen, whose involvement with 
die Round Lake's VFW and American 
Legion started initially in 1946. He 
helped form Round Lake's Veteran's 
Organization in 1974. "We should have 
done Wliat we did a long time ago." 

Patriotism was also at an all-time 
high at the Gurnee American Legion 
Post 771. According to Post 
Commander Joe Decavitch, the 
Legion held three different cere- 
monies on Memorial Day. 

One was at Peterson Park in 
Gurnee, where two boys scouts and 
two girls scouts recited speeches that 
reflected the theme, "The Future 
Honors the Past." 

"They (the kids) wrote their own 
speeches. It was very moving, actual- 
ly," said. Decavitch, who also served 
In the communications division 
(First Class) for the U.S. Navy from 
Vietnam through Desert Storm. 

Decavitch also said ceremonies 
were held at the Warren Township 
Memorial, which celebrated its 10 1st 
year, and Warren Cemetery, for all of 
the departed veterans. 

"The turnout at each was very 
good," said Decavitch, formerly of 
Chicago but now residing in Zion. 
"The respect for the flag and patrio- 
tism overall is definitely up." 

Sign of the times? 

But some see the new-found 
patriotism that began post-9/11 as a 
fad while others fee) it falls within tlie 
ebb and flqwof living in a democracy. 

Please see PULSE /B6 





Two-ypairrild Carlos Soto, Jr., atop his father's shoulders, has the 
best-seat on the block;du(ing:the annual Wauconda Memorial 
Day Parade ori Main "Street— P/ibio by Sandy Bressner ■ . ■- 



WHAT YOU'RE SAYING 



1 ARE YOU MORE PATRIOTIC THAN YOU WERE AFTER 9/1 1 AND DURING THE WAR WfTH IRAQ? 



■OMMMMUWm 




"More! Tlie kids are more 

aware of (patriotism), too. If s 

easier to explain. Tlie energy 

(parents and teachers) are 
putting into it is renewed" 

Barb Beran, An tioch 




"I always felt patriotic, 

hut Wsjiist refreshing to 

see the display ofpatriotism 

(now.)'It's more visible." 

Carolyn Stadlman, Mundelein 




"I've always felt patriotic, 
but more since 9/11." 



Ian Garrett, Fax Lake 




"I don't think I feel any 

more patriotic 

Yve always been patriotic" 

Dan Byrcl, Wauconda 



How do 
you show 
your love 

for your 
country? 



■E-mail us: edit© 
lakelandmedia.com 

Or send a fax to: 
847-223-8810 

Or send tetters to: 

30 S. Whitney St, 

Gray slake, IL 






AT EVERY DAY IQ W PRICES 






■■ .! • = 



■ ■.■--■ .- . .-.■< 



SPEEDO, DELTA BURKE, NIKE, TYR 
COMPETITION & FASHION SWIMWEAR 



SWIM & POOL SHOP) ^ 



n-in„..-- -.-■ n--f i ■Mm<T<r<w«i';>»'* ^ : -t-mfr 



■ ■ -s ■< ::■ i.. - • 



1 -BOO- 323 -40 71 

LiOCAted on hiwy. 173': Jpst Eflsrof 
Green Bay Rd,CHwy. 131) Zlon, lb 

• . HOURS: MON-FRt 9AM-6PM, 
SAT 9AM.-3PM 

Visit, bun Newes t Location: 

GlenvlemSwImshop. 

2747 Pftngsteh'iRoRd 

847-400;-5360 



'-- ' ■' - 



Water Treatments 

« 3" CHlbrlne Tflbs -25 lb- $54 K 
• 3'" Chlorine Tabs - 50 lb - $80°° 
> 32oz ConcentrRted'AlgRecfde - $12 3 
• 32oz Super FJoc-r S16? 5 : 

• Huge Selection: From 4lbS: - SOIbs! 

• All youR. Water Treatment Needs 

PRICES'VAOpiTHRU 6^12^03 



13" round simple set pool 
with Ifidder, filter, pump 

ONLy $197^ 



OUR HOTSPR1NG Sons 

Are Priced To Sell 
Qupntities Limited 



GherriiGRls online: \A /ww.Kiefer^eonn^QQol 




**m^ 



SZ/'Lakeland Newspapers 



COUNTY 



May 30, 2003 



CARMEL HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION 2003 







■ ■■■'.■■-■'•i, 




Free Adoption Seminar 

Anyone contemplating adoption should 
attend this informational seminar 

Wednesday, June 4th, 2003 7:00 p.m. 

Fumily Counseling Clinic 
505 E. Huwli-.y St., Stc 100, Miuulclein, IL 

Infants and toddlers available from: 
Gljlnu, Poluml, Viutiiuiti, Bulguriu, Ruxhui, Intliu ami GuiiLemulu 

Smtcu i« limited, iiIuuhu caH.*J47-566-7121 to 
register or for more iiifbriiiulioii nttk for Giimy Muini. 




June 18, 2003 - Midlane Golf Resort 

58th Annual Golf Outing 

Call Today 847-249-3800 




Premier Sponsor 



Foursome Space Available 
Premium Green/Tee Sponsorships for only $1 SO. 00 ($| 35.00 rene — LV -* 




.* LAKE COUNTY \ 



Chunbtr 

of 

Commerce 



* 



V- ■. Chancer of" ''■ > -A u '[. co k w ^ '• 
Lr Commerce t ." ; 



ik&i<.\ .Commerce 

uLBHla pf Lake County \ ycnst'iM.* 



.^tiTSPAlsriG 

Chamber of Commerce 
'of Lake County, 



1 k mm ml * * 
2— I tm»«i*i»«ow«ownT«\^ 



■Mg-aaagaa ^ 



., 

I urn cwiirr \ 

„ of •* 



mm 



A ct^cr of*' r *"»."«"•. 
^ Co,mmercc ( 



Lake County \ 



Cm amt,< 



i nfiifiniWm T | MiMitl!Hlil , l'ni l i { !ii , i t t;i i HiiHiH 



Lake Count.y Chamber of Commerce - Continuous Service Since ms 



IhTli 






■' 



! 



:■' 



raiPPTP 



May 30, 2003 



COUNTY 



Lakeland Newspapers/ B3 




Your Community Has 
Auto Loan Rates 

That'll Bowl You Over. 



r-SJjSifc- 



'". * 



A WTO LOAN 

RATES AS LOW AS 

4.49%r 



GET THE SAME GREAT RATES ON 
NEW, USED AND REFINANCING. 

At Community Trust Credit Union, we make 
it easy to get into the set of wheels you want'. 
From a new SUV to a mint roadster to that 



motorcycle you've always dreamed of, we can 
make it happen. You can also refinance an existing auto Loan to significantly lower 
your monthly payments. AUTO LOAN RATES AS LOW AS 4.49% APR 

are just one more .reason Community Trust is the smart choice for all your money 
needs, now and down the road. So join our winning team today. APPLY NOW. 
Visit the Community Trust branch nearest you or call us for more details. 

It's where you belong. Call (847)662^2050. 



Gurnee: 1313 Skokie Highway 
Grayslake: 1868 E, Belvtdere Road 
1263 N. Route 83 



tF^Jiiillll^^ 



(ojMjraysT 



NCUA j »=SK 




•AI'K - Anm.il iwvniii- IWo. Km iylWl. l|» Fir.. Rac- CM.. tl»«l is&ll i'*n !■« IWiWr.kwik , WWW.CtCU .OTQ 



Annual Seniors 
Day event set 

Donations and sponsorships for the 31st 
Annual Seniors Day Celebration are being 
sought by the Lake County Forest Preserves. 
Scheduled for Wednesday, June 10, from 9 a.m. 
to 4 p.m., at Lakewdod Forest Preserve near 
Waucanda, this annual free event traditionally 
attracts over 5,000 senior citizens age 55 and 
better from throughout the Chicago area.' f 

"We're looking for additional corporations 
and businesses that are interested in sponsoring 
Seniors Day. A sponsor can underwrite the cost 
of any portion of the event or provide a special 
product or service for the day," said Seniors Day 
event chair Larry Lealblad ofGrayslake. 

"Seniors Day has become a major commu- 
nity event. Involvement from local corpora- 
tions and businesses as sponsors and 
exhibitors adds to its growing success and 
encourages greater participation from seniors." 

This year's major sponsors currently include 
Golden Sponsors First Midwest Bank, WaJgreens, 
and Silver Sponsors Lake Forest Hospital, 
Mesirow Financial and Lakeland Media. 
Additional sponsors and donors are still needed. 

The highlight of die event is non-stop music 
and dancing. The full, sweet sounds of the pop- 
ular 17-picce John Burnett Swing Orchestra 
return to the Seniors Day stage from noon to 4 
p.m. The morning group is the Banjo Buddies 
Dixieland Band from 9 a.m. to 1 1:30 a.m. 

Seniors should pack a hearty picnic lunch 
and bring their dancing shoes. Free beverages 
like coffee, soda and water are provided, while 
supplies last. Free snacks, popcorn and ice 
cream will also be provided while supplies last. 

Free bingo, horseshoe contests, Model A 
car show, information exhibits and tours of the 
Lake County Discovery Museum are some of 
the other popular activities offered throughout 
the day. Door prizes are given away all day 
long, and a special ceremony honors all Lake 
County centenarians and the winners of the 
Seniors Day Ambassador contest, sponsored 
by Lakeland Media. A variety of exhibitors are 
on hand to provide seniors with information 
and product samples. 
- For more Information on becoming a spon- 
sor or donor, or for more Information about the 
event, call Mary Longyhore at 847-968-3229. 



THEVIUAGEOF 

ROUND LAKE BEACH 



SPECIAL EVENTS 
Summer Concert Series 

Free summer corner Is ore a great woy to meet yournefghbor J, spend 
lime with your family and learn a different allure through the univer- 
sal language of music. The Summer Concert Series is co -sponsored by 
ihe Village of Round lake Beach and the Round Lake Area Park District. 
These are concerts you won't wont to miss! Bring your lown chairs and 
pock a pltnic dinner. The conteiti should prove lo be something for 
everyone's taste. All concerts will lake place al the Metro Station on 
Hook Drive in Round lake Be och. - 

> Sundays from 6:30 - 8:00pm (with exception of July 4th) 

June 29 - Roots Rack Society (Reggae, calypso and other 
Aliican/Coribbean rhythms while gelling the crowd 
involved) 

July 4 • Only Sons [Chicago's most versatile band. Fealuiing on 
extensive play list thai covers hits ol the 70's, 80% classic 
rock, as well as the best at the new sluli) 

July 1 3 - Las Paisanos (One ol Chicago's lines) live piece 
mariachi bonds) 



July JZO 



nte 



July 27 

lere 



- Jonathan Devin & New Country (Haying your 

country hits from Garth Brooks to Brooks & Dunn ond 
beyond) 

• Clara Alexander's Meladolres Orchestra (A live 



pie> 



jew/swing combo thol will entertain all ages) 

Augusl 3 • BBI (Playing your favorile hits from ihe 60's to the 90's 
performing Motown, Rock I Roll ond Classic Rock) 

ALL CONCERTS ARE FREE! 

Children Concert Series 

You and yout child will love this new and entertaining concert series. 
The Children's Concert Series will be co-sponsored by ihe village ol 
Round lake Beach ond the Round lake Area Park District. There will be 
a different children's entertainer each week lo delight children and 
adults. Bring a town chair ond blanket ond .lunch it you like. All contetls 
will lake place at ihe North Shore Park located behind Kohl's off of 
Orchard Lane. 

> Fridays from 10:4S-ll:30om 

June 27 ■ Ken Schulli - The flying fool" (Juggling, comedy, and 
physical stunts) 

July 11 -Kol Simons (lyrical storytelling) 

July 1 8 - Da ve Rudolf (Comedy and singing) 

July 25- Mike Maulhe (Magic Show) 

August 2- Joel frankel (Silly songs) 

W pa tofaiel Clink, D'moni Buih, diOtumlmd hlek, PL tot 

fait donation supporting thh program/ 



B4 1 'Lakeland Newspapers 



OPINIONS 



May 30, 2003 



NEWSPAPERS 



William H. Schroeder 

Publisher 



Robert J. Schroeder 

General Manager 



Marc Jenkins 

Managing Editor 



30 South Whitney St., Grayslake, IL 60030 
Tel: (047) 223-0161; e-mail: cdlt@lakclandnicdla.com 

EDITORIALS 

How joining hands 
helped water quality 

Several years ago a group of residents of Long Lake; an unincorporat- 
ed area in west Like County with a recreational body of water of 
34G acres and in excess of 4,000 population, packed a meeting room 
to point a finger of scorn at Baxter Healthcare Corp, as the major 
source of pollution of their lake. With representatives of the Illinois 
Environmental Protection Agency serving as combination niediators/facil- 
itators, cooler heads prevailed and a joint effort was organized to deter- 
mine what was causing high levels of phosphorous and other pollutants. 

On the Baxter side was a mound of data attesting to careful and 
approved operation of a waste treatment facility that discharged into a 
tributary of Squaw Creek that empties into Long Lake. On the side of the 
residents was a willingness to enter into a lengthy study to learn more 
about Baxter's waste disposal system and the environmental workings of 
the 24,000 acre watershed, largest in Lake County, that drains an area 
including pans of Wauconda. Mundelein and vast open lands in 
Fremont Township. 

Several weeks ago — many months after the original emotionally 
charged meeting— Long hike residents gathered to applaud Baxter's 
efforts developing a model response to environmental threats and wit- 
ness the presentation of a resolution adopted by the Like Country Board 
commending the global health giant for corporate good citizenship, fur- 
thering community education and an outreach program resulting in 
economic development. 

In the intervening 24 or so months, both Long Lake residents and 
Baxter management went to work to bring about improvements in water 
quality and enhance an environment filling up with new homes, a case 
• okfeaiii-4' -j^ou'iassic urban sprawl. Long Lake homeowners discovered 
their own lawn care practices can be a substantial polluting force. 
Citizens learned such facts as the watershed once had up to 19 permitted 
discharges (there are believed to be four to six today), which compound- 
ed the difficulty of identifying polluting sources. Baxter reviewed its 
waste water treatment facility on Wilson Road, eventually coming up 
with an innovative plan costing about 5500,000 that ended disciiarge 
into the tributary. The plant "ships" treated water to a nearby nursery Tor 
irrigation purposes. In effect, no more industrial water would be entering 
the watershed drainage system, at least from Baxter. 

The novel irrigation system had the side benefit of the nursery drop- 
ping plans to close up shop, which would have opened more agricultural 
land to potential development. 

The end result was a Hat declaration from Sander Sundberg. president 
of the Long Like Health and Sanitation Assn., that "Baxter is not the 
source of pollution of Long Lake." Sundberg is a retired marine biologist 
and recognized consultant on water quality issues. Joseph Wolfsberger, 
Baxter vice president for environment, told the attentive and no longer 
hostile Long Like audience, "Your people became our conscience." 
Chalk up a win-win situation. 

So how are things going at Long Lake? Well, there is beginning to be 
sputtering about proliferation of weed growth. One of the lessons learned 
in the collaborative study with Baxter is that excessive weeds in a fresh 
water glacial lake is a sign of improved water quality. Dealing with the 
proliferation likely will be the next chapter for the care and maintenance 
of Long Like. Recreational bodies of water and an area abundant with 
ponds and wetlands— that make Like County "special"— requires con- 
stant surveillance to maintain health and safely. So it goes. But at least 
pollution is at bay. 

Varsity action - 
calls for maturity 

Pardon me, coach. Is it tomato or tomaalo? Potato or potaato? 
What's the proper position for my pinkie finger during tea service? 
That may become part of the sports lexicon if overly protective 
parents have their way with what could become a new code of 
conduct lor high school varsity coaches. Varsity spoils isn't for the faint- 
hearted. Maturity is one of the attributes of winning teams. Although 
they're still teenagers, the young athletes who play like adults usually 
come out on top when the points are counted. 

Tim Bowen, varsity boys basketball mentor at Grayslake High, is the 
latest coach to feel the sting of parents publically critical of his methods 
of teaching their sons how to compete and win at the varsity level. 
Parental accusations were of such a murky nature that the school 
administration took the official action to not pursue allegations. 

Coach Bowen has "paid his dues" as they say on the sports pages to 
obtain a varsity assignment. His resume includes experience at Warren, 
Aniioch and Lake Zurich high schools. Grayslake officials weren't hiring 
an unknown entity when they turned over the boys varsity job to Bowen. 
He brought with him credentials as to knowing the game, an ability to 
instill a winning altitude and a reputation for players' appreciation for 
his discipline. 

Since the parents have vented and school officials have spoken, it 
might be a good time to step back, take a deep breath and enjoy summer 
and (he fall football season. Oh, yes. Before the next basketball season 
begins, parents and players would be well advised to decide whether 
they want to be part of an organized varsity basketball program or play 
pick up games in the neighbor's driveway. 



w. Ant>ef{$oM... 



see we? 




ri«fe 






THIS SSN'TSMrtEfl, 






...MAYTB1CK& 




VIEWPOINT 



Army vet eyes new career 



Winding down a 
successful career in 
the military, Tim 
Schultheis is looking 
forward eagerly to a new occupa- 
tion he already has carved out. 

Until January, he'll be Lt. Col. . 
Timothy Schultheis, stationed with 
the U.S. Military Entrance 
Processing Command at Great 
Lakes Naval Training Center. Then 
he'll become Tim, the "judo guy" 
training youngsters and adults alike 
in the ancient art of self defense 
and healthful exercise. 

With a smiling and outgoing per- 
sonality, Tim's appearance belies 
21 years in the Army, including 
overseas duty with an armored unit 
in the Gulf War. He's trim, athletic 
and easy to engage in conversa- 
tion — valuable attributes for 
teaching all ages the life value of 
the judo experience. 

When he retires in January, 
Schultheis and his wife, Anne, will 
be operating full-time the Gurnee 
Judo Club in a building on Grand 
Ave. they have purchased for their 
home and training center. The 
Army veteran is a certified coach 
and third degree black belt. Anne 
will serve as business manager. 

The Schultheis' are among the 
many military families who settle in 
Lake County after days in uniform 
are ovtfr. "We've lived in 13 differ- 
ence places. This is it.' This is 
where we want to be," grinned the 
downstate native of Edwardsville 
where he grew up. Tim's father 
was a member of the faculty at 
Southern Illinois-University 
Edwardsville. -." 

Tim and Ann have established a 




BILL SCHROEDER 

Publisher 



working relationship with the 
Gurnee Park District. Gurnee Judo 
Club already is offering classes for 
beginners, advanced and senior 
judo enthusiasts. Physical fitness is 
a big part of judo, Schultheis points 
out. There are strict rules of con- 
duct. Formal judo training isn't at 
all like the slam bang stuff seer? in 
action movies. The sport offers 
discipline, life experience and 
builds self confidence. 

Tim pointed out that judo is an 
Olympic sport. He said serious 
youngsters in training at the Judo 
Club all look forward to world-wide 
competition. "As they become 
more proficient, they're ranked. 
Moving up in standings leads to 
Olympic competition. That's their 
goal," lie said. Tim and Anne can 
answer questions by calling 847- 
816-3062. 

Students on stage 

Chicago Medical School, located 
in North Chicago, will take over the 
stage of the Chicago Theatre for 
graduation ceremonies Friday, June 
6. The school's 89th commence- 



ment will also include awarding of 
degrees to students of the School of 
Related Health Sciences, Schoo91 of 
Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies, 
and Dr. William M, Scholl College 
of Podiatric Medicine. 

Taylor attending 

Jack Taylor, former top Chicago 
tv news anchor, will be among per- 
sons offering remembrances of 
Gov. William G. Stratton at a 
memorial dedication at 1 p.m. 
Sunday, June 1. Familiar to WGN- 
TV audiences'for years, Taylor 
became acquainted with the late 
Illinois chief excutive during his 
business years in Chicago after 
leaving office. Taylor and is wife, 
Virginia, are well known Lake 
County residents. They make their 
home in Kildeer. They formerly 
resided at Countryside Lake, 
Mundelein. Officials of Grant 
Township have designated the con- 
ference room in the new township 
administrative center in Ingleside 
as the Stratton Room. 

Davis novel debutes 

Gloria Davis, retired Lakeland 
Media reporter and theater review- 
er, surprised her former colleagues 
with ajust-off-the-press copy of 
"In December," a newly published 
novel and her first full-fledged fic- 
tion effort described as a historical 
romance novelr High-spirited and 
always full of life, Gloria goes right 
to work in the opening pages with 
peppery passages providing liter- 
ary fireworks for a love story with a 
World War 1 1 focus. Details will be 
fallowing after we catch our 
breath. 



Readers react to golf course column 



The recent column I wrote" 
about the Lake County 
Forest Preserve District's 
plan to spend millions of 
dollars to upgrade the Fort 
Sheridan golf course attracted 
more reader feedback than any 
other that I have written. Every 
'comment 1 received agreed with 
my position that the district is 
going "overboard." 

Just after the column was pub- 
lished, I attended a 50 year wedding 
anniversary party In Gurnee for Jim 
and Virginia Kutzler and I was . 
greeted by Jim and George Szostak 
who both said they read the 
column and agreed with it. After 
that, I heard from many others 
with messages of support. 
A few wanted to know why 1 




SEEING 

JT 

THROUGH 

John S. Matijevich 



didn't mention how the members 
of the district voted and I told them 
the column was written before the 
vote was taken. Since I believe 
those who voted against it voted in 
the taxpayers' interests, and 
although they have been identified 
in Lakeland's Party Lines column, I 
would like togive them further 
recognition here". The "Super Six" 
who voted against the Fort 



Sheridan plan were Sandy Cole, 
Steve Carlson, Judy Martini, Diana 
O'Kelly, Bob Powers and Bob 
Sabonjian. 

To county board members who 
justify their votes for the elaborate 
project on the premise that the 
bonds will be paid off with golfer 
fees rather than taxes, 1 say "they 
just don't get it." It's just too much 
money— period! Not only that, 
even though user fees are intended 
to pay off the project, aren't the 
bonds backed up by.the full faith 
■and credit of the taxpayers? 

One of the county board mem- 
bers informed me that at one of the 
committee meetings, it was said 
that the district should approve the 
project if it expects to continue to 
Please see SEEING /B5 






May 30, 2003 



OPINIONS 



Lakeland Newspapers/ B 5 



PARTY LINES 



PARTY LINES, THE LAKELAND NEWSPAPERS' COLUMN OF 
POLITICAL OPINION, IS PREPARED FROM STAFF REPORTS. 



Six county reps plan 
2004 campaigns 



Six of seven IMe.County Board mem- 
bers whose terms are up next yeiir are 
laying the ground work for re-election 
in 21)04. 
They will he running in hack-to-huek gen- 
eral elections because of drawing two-year 
stints in the lottery conducted in 2002 (o 
provide for staggered terms after redisrict- 
ing 

Only Rep. Don Bauer (R- Hound Lake 
Park) is a doubtful participant in next year's 
spring primary. At the lime of his election in 
2002. Bauer, satisfied that he had knocked 
offoutspoken Larry Lcofblad, a leader in 
the GOP contingent, indicated two y ears in 
office would be enough. 

One of the longest serving county board 
members. Audrey Nixon. North Chicago ■ 
Democrat, is an odds-on favorite to retain 
her scat. Republican Robert "Bob" 
Powers, who came out of a field of five to 
win election in a new Round Like district, 
already has announced opposition; Powers 
said he is ready to be tested. 

■ Bonnie Thomson Carter, a Republican 
who represents Wauconda and Grant 
Townships, expects to face competition jn 
the election balloting a year from November. 
She started re-election efforts with a mid- 
May fund raising reception. Carter also 
serves as president of the Like County Forest 
Preserve district. 

two Republicans in position to make 
strong bids for re-election are Diana 
O'Kclley. Fremont Township (rural 
Mundeleln), and Sandy Cole of Grayslake. 
Members of the majority Republican bloc 
are urging Judy Martini of Antioch to nfii 
again. Because or taking an unpopular stand 
to regulate mobile home parks, Martini has 
been singled out for harsh criticism from 
operators of trailer 'stamps in unincorporated 
Antioch Township. 

Getting around 

New VVaukegan Police Chief Bill Blang 
has vowed to gel better acquainted with his 
fellow chiefs around Like County. Biang 
stayed "close to home" as he rose through 
department ranks in 25 years on the force, 
eventually become deputy chief and then 
interim chief upon the untimely death last 
spri ng of Chief Miguel J uorez. 

National honors 

The Like County Stormwater • 
Management Commission will receive 
national recognition at a lunch Friday, June 
(5, at Independence Grove Forest Preserve, 
l.ibertyville. The Association of Stale Flood 
plain managers will present the James lose 
Witt Award Tor the most outstanding 
stormwater program in the U.S. 




Powers: 

Prepares to face Willing to fight 

2004 competition for Republican 

to retain seat. initiative. 

Doubling up 

For Democrats, what's better than a party 
headquarters in VVaukegan? Two headquar- 
ters offices. Democrats officially turned Hyde 
for Mayor offices on North Avenue into a 
township headquarters May IB. The 
Democratic Central Committee long has 
maintained party headquarters on Glen 
Flora Avenue, made possible in the dim dark 
past through cooperation of a Republican. 

New business 

High profile Republican Robert P. Neal, 
' out of office but not out of sight, has opened 
Lake County Consulting. To arrange meet- 
ings, open doors, plan strategies involving 
the political process, Neal exclaims: "I'm 
your guy." From the precinct level to state 
government, Neal has been involved in the 
political process more than 30 years. His 
experience includes Like County Board, 
Lake County GOP chairman, and service on 
the Illinois Tollway Commission. 

Burning question 

Lindenhurst Mayor Jim Betustak hopes 

a public survey will provide answers to a 
burning question— whether or not to 
continue legal burning of leaves. 
Lindenhurst is one of the few municipalities 
that allows leaves to be burned. 

Fighting for Route 22 

Can a Democrat fight to maintain a 
Republican initiative? Absolutely, says Stale 
Rep. Kathy Ryg (D-Vernon Hills), especially 
when it comes to state funding for modern- 
ization of Route 22. Ryg says funds for Route 
22 improvements were commit led through 
Illinois First by former Republican Gov. 
George Ryan. Ryg is part of a bi-partisan 
effort to head off attempts of Democratic 
Gov. Rod Blagojcvlcli to sidetrack highway 
upgrades. "We simply can't let those funds 
be diverted," declared Ryg, whose 59 ,n 
district ihcludes'a major porlkm of the south 
county highway. 



FROM PAGE B4 

SEEING 



receive support from voters in that area for 
future referendums. As a counterpoint, one of 
the comments that I received against the wild 
spending indicated that many senior citizens 
who now play golf at the Fort Sheridan 
course are concerned that that the higher fees 
that wili follow after the upgrade is complet- 
ed will put it "out of their league." 

: Most of the comments against the plan 
center around the theme lhat the Lake 
County Forest Preserve District, in recent 
years, has gone far afield from its primary 
goal by spending huge sums on amenities. 
I agree with those'sehtiments and believe 
that there may be'eonsequences lhat could 
hint future well inlentioned referendums 
sought by the district. 

One of the cailers suggested that the dis- 
trict should hold the line toward its original 
mission as defined by statute as well as state- 
ments or purpose.when the djsiriel was 
formed by referendum of county voters. 
Toward that end, I have examined the words 
of one of the "founding fathers" of the dis- 
trict, the hue Frank Peers. Rack in 1962, just 
five years after the district was established, as 
chairman of the district's land acquisition 
committee; he made statements that have as 
much meaning today. 

Frank Peers said "Nature's open space of 



land, woods, and water is a rapidly shrinking 
public treasure. If future generations are to 
enjoy such privileges of sunshine and air as 
are ours today, a program of conservation 
must be initiated and carried out. The district 
under no circumstances is intended to serve 
as a park system. Its full function is to con- 
serve the space provided by nature for the 
development of the scenic charm and beauty 
that refreshes the soul. Municipal park sys- 
tems represent a vast investmenlin physical 
plant equipment as gymnasiumsTswimmiug 
pools, play equipment, and such, and the dis- 
trict will avoid such ill-advised projects." 

Peers also said, "when people visit a natur- 
al site of great beauty it is as guests of those 
citizens of past years who passed on this her- 
itage as a sacred trust to future generations. 
The creation or a Forest Preserve District is an 
opportunity for citizens of today to bequeath 
such a legacy. Ironically, Peers represented 
Highland Park in the vicinity of Fort . 
i Sheridan. 

1 think you get the message. It's all about . 
the conservation anil preservation of nature 
and open space in its truest form. The Like 
County Forest Preserve District must not 
stray away from its original mission. 
Spending many millions to "upscale" the Fort 
Sheridan Golf Course" is "beyond the pale," 



Ride from hell: nothing to read 



It was a frustrating situation to say the 
. least. 
There 1 was, trapped on a train for an 
hour and a half with my wife and with- 
out a newspaper to read. 

It was like jumping into the shower and 
realizing you rorgol to bring along the soap. 
Like Sammy Sosa stepping up lo hit a home 
run and noticing he forgot his bat. 

Here, as Paul Harvey would say, is the 
rest of the story: 

We went to a matinee at the Chicago 
Theatre, down on State Street (that great 
street). When the show ended we realized 
that to catch the 4:45 p.m. Melra train back 
to Fox Lake, where our car was parked, we 
would have to make a mad dash for Union 
Station, a mile from the theatre. 

So we walked as fast as we could, and 
sometimes ran, down State Street, then west 
on Adams. (It didn't occur to us that running 
through downtown Chicago is something to 
avoid, lest the police get the notion a pilfer- 
ing is in progress}. 

We got to Union Station in the nick of 
time, boarding the train just before it pulled 
out. We took our seats, smiled triumphantly 
and then— oh, oh.— 1 realized I hadn't had 
time to stop and buy a newspaper. 

I began looking around for a discarded 
one but other passengers who had bought, 
papers were just opening them and probably 
planned to rend for an hour or so. 

A guy across the aisle had a New York 
Times and I began stretching my neck. "Cut 
that out," said my wife. 1 looked at her, she 
was smirklng.enjoying my predicament. 

"Now what are you going to do?" she 
asked. "You're stuck, aren't you? Maybe' 
you're just going lo have to talk to me for a 
change." 

She was snickering now, savoring the way 
I was suffering. 

She had possession of the Playbill from 
the theater. 1 begged her to let me read It, but 




THE PFARR 
CORNER 

Jerry Pfarr 



she wouldn't. I read my train ticket; that 
killed a few seconds. I read the label inside 
my coal: London Fog. I looked at my 
watch— 6:15 p.m. was a long time away. 

I simply can't travel without reading 
material. I read books at home, but when 1 
get out of town I like to check out oilier 
newspapers. 

„ My wife thoroughly enjoys driving, I 
don't. Site likes to think, I don't. So when we 
travel, she is happy to do the driving, the 
thinking and the savon'ng of the scenery, 
while I read newspapers. It makes the time 
go faster. Every once in a while I look up and 
ask, "Are we there yet?" 

Who says I'm not fun to be with? 

When we drive to Florida, for example, I 
get to devour the Indianapolis Star, the 
Louisville Courier-Journal, the Nashville 
Tenncsscan, the Chattanooga Free Press, the 
Atlanta Constitution, the Orlando Sentinel 
and eventually the Miami Herald. If I run out 
of big papers, I'll pick up something like the 
Tiflon, Ga., Gazette or the Horse Cave, Ky., 
Chronicle. 

Well, to make a long train story short, a 
man getting off in Libertyville dropped a few 
pages of his paper in the aisle. I snatched 
them up and, together, my wife and I read 
what was available, including all or the dumb 
comic strips. 

Then we began working the crossroad 
puzzle until we were saved by the train's 
arrival in Fox Like. 

Ail, there was my car, with several unread 
newspapers waiting in the back seat. 



LETTERS TO THE EDITOR 

Geo does the job 



Bill Taylor's letter of May 15 attacking 
Sen. Adeline Geo-Karis was both 
unfair and tasteless. As it happened, 
the language of this letter was circu- 
lated as an e-mail from another individual to 
several active Republicans with the request 
that someone else send it, which Bill Taylor 
eventually did. 

When I saw the letter in the group e-mail, 
I responded lhat if an active Republican (Rill 
Taylor is a Republican precinct committee- 
man) has a complaint to register with a sil- 
ting official of the same party, he or she 
should discuss it privately with lhat individ- 
ual rather than leveling a personal attack in 
the media. Alas, Ronald Heagan's 1 1 m com- 
mandment to speak no ill of a fellow 
Republican is honored in the breach by 
many of those most likely to invoke his 
name. 

Republicans in the attack mode might 
start with the anti-consumer bill doubling 
SBC rates that was just passed by the 
Democratic legislature and signed into law 
overnight by our "business as usual" gover- 
nor—all at the behest of SBC Chairman Bill 
Daley who descended on Springfield with his 
broiher, the mayor, to oversee the bill's 
approval. 

Senator Geo-Karis has conscientiously 
represented her district-, Like County and 
the state for over 30 years. It was my privi- 
lege to serve with her for 16 of those years. At 
times, she has represented a district in 
which, arguably, no other Republican could 
likely have been elected. Yet she has adhered 
closely most of all the time to basic 
Republican principles. 

Republicans especially should be grateful 
for the ever-cheerful and energetic approach 
that "Geo" brings to her job. She has 
exhausted and outlasted some of us who, 
chronologically only, are quite a bit younger. 

Most ludicrous of all was the claim lhat 
Geo is hanging on in office because of the 
pension. Were Geo to do the unthinkable 
and retire, her pension payments would be 
quite a bit higher than her current legislative 
salary. And they would, like all pension 
income, be exempt from state Income notes 
and free of the 1 1.5 percent contributions to 
the Illinois pension system. Financially and 
otherwise, Geo does us a huge favor by con- 



tinuing to represent us in such an exemplary 
manner. 

David N. Barkhaitsen 

Former Stale Senator 

Lake Bluff 

Not gouging 

I would like lo set the record straight on 
the opinion written by Steven Skinner about 
gouging al the Round Like BP. {April 11) 
We are not as fortunate as Mr. Skinner as to 
shop around for the best price of gasoline. As 
a dealer we sign a contract with BP to buy 
our gas exclusively from theni. The business 
is ours, but we lease the name. The station in 
Grayslake is a BP Connect, meaning that BP 
owns and runs that station. On March 14 
and 20 if we sold our gas at the same price as 
the BP -Connect of $1.61 a gallon we would 
have sold it at a negative S.06 of our buying 
price. 

We are a highly respected business in the 
community, belong to the Chamber of 
Commerce, contribute directly lo the com- 
munity and support our local schools, police 
and fire departments. Mr. Skinner, if you 
would like some answers to your questions 
about the wide differences in pricing of these 
two locations I would suggest you call BP 
and ask then why they sell gas to us al a dif- 
ferent price than their own stores. 

Aiso Mr. Skinner, if you happen to stop by 
our station again mill have further questions 
please feel free to talk to me, the owner, and 
not a cashier. I would be very happy to 
answer any questions. 

Donna Mo ten 
Sclumniburg 



Letters welcome 

Letters to Ihe editor are welcome. 

They should be on topics ol general 

interest, approximately 250 words or less. 

All letters must be signed, and contain 

a home taddress and telephone number. 

The editor reserves^he right to 

condense all letters. 






B6/ Lakeland Newspapers 



COUNTY 



May 30,' 2003 



PULSE FROM PAGE Bl 

Scott Anderson, a Grayslakc resident, said, 
"For some, ( the current level of patriotism* is a 
fad, for others -the events that have occurred 
have served as a wake up call. There were some 
who jumped on the bandwagon after 9/11 just 
because it was the thing to do." 

Lake Zurich's Mary Gorman said she did 
feel that patriotism would fade as time passes 
until such a time that there is another national 
crisis. 

in concurrence with that sentiment, Diane 
Gray, of Fox Lake, said, "Patriotism is historical- 
ly cyclical and dependent upon U.S. involve- 
ment in foreign military action. It is particularly 
strong in situations where the general popula- 
tion feels that military action is justified." 

"I expect that patriotic displays on the part of 
the general population will decline although sig- 
nificant portions of the population will continue 
to display flags and yellow ribbons," Gray said. 

Love ft or leave it 

Anderson felt strongly that public displays 
of patriotism toward the U.S. are appropriate, 
but that patriotism toward other countries 
should be kept private. 

"Patriotism toward other countries should 
be kept private." he said. "This is the country 
that we live in and that has given us our free* 
doms. If people don't like it (public displays), I 
feel they don't support our country and should 
consider moving to a country they can support. 
If they've come from somewhere else, and are so 
proud of that country, than why did they come 
here?" 

Gorman added that those who do not 
choose to fly flags or tie yellow ribbons on trees 
are not necessarily less patriotic than those who 



do. "It's fine for people to do what they arc com- 
fortable with doing," she said. 

Gray said, for her, it's Important not to con- 
fuse jingoism with being a patriot. 

"Just because we live in this country does not 
mean that we owe our full-hearted support to 
whatever policies— military, economic, etc.—. 
that the current administration chooses to pur- 
sue. What it does mean is that we should take full 
advantage and inform ourselves, arrive at our 
own opinions, and vote and act accordingly." 

How they show it 

Dennis Jarr of Fox Lake said that there is a 
big increase in patriotism now. 

"In my neighborhood, I fly the flag 365 days 
a year. Now a lot of other people are, too," he 
said. 

But it wasn't always like that. 

"When 1 returned from Vietnam, and they 
saw you had a short haircut, they would stop 
the conversation and turn away from you," 
said Jarr, a former commander Lakes Region 
American Legion Post 703. 



Flag sales climb with patriotism 



After 9/11, flag salc6 skyrocketed and flags 
continue to be a priority among citizens who 
buy them to lend support for the war or for 
their own personal reasons. 

"People arc being more patriotic since 
9/11, so (lag sales are up," said Ed Collins, store 
manager at Ace Hardware in Mundelein. "In 
my own personal experience, we have been fly- 
ing our flag more in the last couple of years." 

At the Kosco Flags and Flagpoles, LLC in 
Waukegan, owner Shannon Koskinen says flag 
sales have been up and attributes the increase 
to the war in Iraq. 

"People have purchased new flags to show 
patriotism for the war," Koskinen said. 

With all the flag sales since the World 
Trade Center attacks, there seems to be a lack 
of people flying Old Glory. 

"There are nowhere near the amount of 
flags on cars," Koskinen said. "The flags that 



you see out have decreased." 

The Eagle Flag and Banner Company in 
Grayslake saw the biggest demand for flags in 
their history after 9/11, but now is seeing a 
reduction. "It was the biggest crunch ever 
known for flags but it has decreased since 
then," said Bill Callahan, owner of Eagle Flag 
and Banner Company. 

Kosco Flags, Ace Hardware and Eagle Flag 
and Banner continue to have rising sales for 
Memorial Day and the Fourth of July. 

The owner of Flags and Poles by Kaplan 
which, In Mundelein says the hype for flags 
was short term. "Personally I have not seen 
that many new flags or poles going in," said 
Ernie Kaplan, owner of Flags and Poles by 
Kaplan.' "I think the ones who fly the flag, it 
comes from their heart whether they have a 
veteran at home or someone In the war."— By 
Sonja Schneider 



Veterans react to a different kind of warfare with Iraq 



Retired U.S. Army Lt. Colonel William 
Butler knows whereof he speaks when express- 
ing amazement at the weapons, communica- 
tions systems, training and discipline he's seen 
in America's War on Iraq. 

Butler, a Mundelein resident and 10-year 
member of the Libcrtyville Veterans of Foreign 
Wars post, served in Korea and in Vietnam, is a 
published weapons expert and served as a 
weapons instructor at Ft. Benning, Ga. In Iraq, 
"one Abraham's Tank is more serious than any- 
thing we ever put on the ground in Korea or 
Vietnam," BuUer said. "And, with the smart 



bombs and accuracy of tracking systems from 
the satellites and gun ships, it's incredible what 
our forces did in Iraq. 

"Just look at the precision of the air-arm 
operations, the gun ships. Not only are they for- 
midable offensive weapons, but they are bringing 
the wounded out of the hot zones so fast, and 
transporting them to top flight medical facilities." 

In the Korean Conflict, many of the casual- 
ties were the result of inaccurate position 
reports. "A lot of casualties in Korea were from 
'friendly fire,"' said Buder, who was a platoon 
leader and specialized in reconnaissance and 



intelligence gathering. 

"What has impressed me more than any- 
thing else was having the men wear steel' hel- 
mets and flak jackets. "Toward the end of Korea, 
the men were wearing flak jackets, but they were 
not Kevlar, of course. They were madp of metal 
plates and were extremely heavy." 

Butler lauded the joint service cooperation, 
which in past wars was compromised by "joint 
service rivalry, tills calls for good commanders. 
We had the Army, Marines/Air Force, Special 
Forces, Navy Seals all working well with each 
other and our allies. — By Denys Bucks ten 




*A 



APR FINANCING 
AVAILABLE 

mi tdlicl modtli 



X CAR CLEARANCE SALE! 



.? FREE i 



THE NEW 





APR on select models to qualified buyers. Fin, in lieu of rebates & incentives. Terms vary. Oiler good lor 3 days. See dealer for details. 



SAVE 

0000 



* Mr AVLUJD * 

• Service Loan crs * 



flora 



i'HORTH" 




visit us on the web at 
www.doltgeofantioch.com 



• .?,."» *'• 



*" Not Now Darling 

By ftiy Cwmy, joint Cliapman. PrafutYif in iwjvnif roti with Dramttikt's P/ny Strvice. ■ 
This fast past farce, set in a London fur salon, will have you rolling in 
the aisles with non-stop laughing. Directed by Dcanc Jones. 

Box Office Opens May 12th 
Performances - May 30, 31, June 1*, 6, 7, 8* 

Prices $13 Adults - $10 Seniors & Students 
SHOW TIMES - Evenings at 8:00 p.m. * *Matlnees at 2:30 p.m. 

Call for Reservations 847-395-3055 

PM&L Theatre • 877 Main St., Antioch 

Visit our website @ www.pmilheatre.com 

Box Oltice Hours: Mori, thru Thurs: 5:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m. Saturdays: 11:00 a.m,-2:00 p.m. or 
on performance dates, 1-1/2 hrs. before curtain. Reserved Sealing. VlSA/MC 



Flooring Distributors Inc. 



252 



Grand Opening Sales Event 




Special 
Financing 
Available? 

Lake County's Newest RV Dealership 

Phone: 847-265-1637 

829 N (Rt. 83) Milwaukee Ave • Lake Villa. It 

Join in on this sales extravaganza 

Featuring RV ? s by: 

THOR AMERICA 




• • • *W%&EME2 




STARCRAFT& 



Sale Hours: 
May 28-29-30-31 9am - 8pm • June 1st 10am - 5pm 



YOUR SOURCE FOR EVERYTHING FLOORING! 



Carpet 
i Hardwood 
•"Ceramic 

• Area Rugs 

• Laminate 

1 Sheet Vinyl 
Vinyl Tile 



We truly offer the finest selection of floor 
coverings at the very best possible 
$ncz$..£veryday! We carry every major 
brand and guarantee expert installation on all 
types of flooring. And with our 

Lifetime Installation Guarantee 

we simply can't be beat! 



±AA 



1 2 Months 

Interest 
FREE 

Financing 




'"STAINM/VSTER 



; Dciixntd fjirAaivr Hornet 






$199 

sued [ sq. ft. 



Instated 
for onry 



iciaiolc CilCMEi vMUC 

• Installed for only 

$C99 : 

^ sq. ft. 







Prefinished 
Hardwood Floors 



Instated 
loronr/ 



6 



CERAMIC TILE 

SALE i2"xi2" 

$C99 w 

^ sq.ft. 



Installed 
for ofty 




We're open 7 days a week and always happy to serve you! 

Call today for your free estimate 





847-838-9627 

650 W.Rt ,173' Antioch, 11 



Next to Blockbuster, 

across the street , 

(torn Jewel 



ff§23 



SHaH 



^ammmmBBKOwmmmBBBBUu 



May 30, 2003 



COUNTY 



Lakeland Newspapers I B7 





NITURE HUME STORE 




At Nix's Furniture you'll find a large selection of New items, 
Cancelled special orders, Floor samples, Returns and One-of-a-kind. 

All incredibly reduced with savings of 







U 



SOFA 
LAMPS 

MANY TABLES 



CHAIRS 

► DRESSERS 

> HEAD SOARDS ETC, 




f. 







Hi 




u 



tfttu 







w 




PARKING LOT AT 032 W. ROLLINS 




ROOND LAKE REACH 

847-546-7790 





***&M*mim Hi i n>ia.fc M 



B8/ Lakeland Newspapers 



COUNTY 



May 30, 2003 



Service costs less in the... 



?* 



r* I 



I Fuel for the Soul 






v^~ ^*»r'i 



: jpiftiT or AMcmcAN style 



BRING YOUR KIDS TO SEE VEGGIE TALES! 

Bob the tomato & Larry the cucumber! 
sat., May 31st, HAM - 1PM! 



fwmmc 



• • - 



WE STOCK TIRES FOR MOST VEHICLES! 
WE SERVICE ALL MAKES & MODELS! 



El 

iGoodwrenchl 

UMiTEDUFETIME 

SERVICE 

GUARANTEE* 



MflJiiffi 



Which ever comes first, as recommended by manufacturer! , 



Service costs less in the.,, 




PONTIAC 



uMa 




Buick 



OIL CHANGE AND FILTER 



Includes: 

Drain engine oil and replace 
with up fo 5 qts. of oil 
AC Delco filter 



Lubricate chassis 
Top off fluids 
19-polnt Inspection 




Please present coupon when order is written. Coupon valid through June 30th, 2003. 



(Regular Price $24.95) 



w- 



■** 



Service rosin Irs* in the... < 




BUICK 



PONTIAC 

GET READY FOR SUMMER! 

PRE-SEASON A/C SERVICE! 

Includes: 

• Inspect system for leaks 

• Check operating pressure 

• Clean condensation fins 

• Performance test system (refrigerant extra) 
Please present coupon when order is written. Coupon valid through June 30th, 2003. Valid Ofl ITlOSt Vehicles 




I 



Service costs Jess in the,. 





PONTIAC }Sf BUICK 



SPRING SPECIAL! \ 

SERVICE? 



! COOLING SYSTEM 



Includes: 

• Drain and flush the cooling system 

• Replace coolant up to 1 gallon 

• Pressure check system, check clamps, hoses & belts 

• Clean outside of radiator and air conditioning condensor /Rgqular Price 
Please present coupon when order is written. Coupon valid through June 2003. , a 

■irtiBifcfliliiniia^l^iBirihiii^Wili fniilrt Imli imli ■nil^MtaMtaW 




$65.99) 








isno unniuniNL 

ffiBHETOWW 



tmsfsmmm 



WBE.. $2,000 

AZTffT $1000 

tm/m $1,000 

BommiiE ....$1,000 

CWtDPffl ....$4,500 

S MIRE ....... $1,500 

GRAND M .....$3,500 




BUILD THE CAR YOU WANT. 

CHECK THE IW 
ANB WHOLESAU PB1CE. 



mmwmmm 



tam asoo 

lEMBRE \i,m 

mi $3,500 

mum. $3,500 

eDEZVOUS... .$3,500 



'Rebate good only on new 2003 Pontlacs & Buicks, in lieu of financing. You must qualify. 



Cars & service cost less in the.... 





'Q! 





715 West Rt. 173 

1 MILE WEST OF ROUTE 83 • AIMTIOCH 



TOLL 



Volunteer spirit alive and 
well at North Chicago VA 



For nearly a half-century, Dorothy Waters has' 
been a fixture at North Chicago Veterans 
Administration Medical Center. 

Waters, of Winnetka, reports for duty as early ' p 
as 3 a.m. to the directors' office; then works vari- 
ous departments, including the information desk. 
She lias totaled 49,500 hours of work to the VA. 

Efforts such as hers arid dozens of others were 
recognized as the VA honored volunteers at a lun- 
cheon in Grayslake. 

"I go up to die rooms and visit them, too. I have 
some friends who ask for certain wards so dint Uiey 
can be seen. I do it just because 1 want to," Waters 
said. 'There' was* one mother whose son died In 
1987, and we still correspond every week." 

Waters said the condition of the veterans 
receiving treatment docs not bother her much. 

Also on hand at the Country Squire restaurant 
hosted event was June Rcis of Round Lake. She 
won one of the 10,000- hour awards. Her son, John, 
Jr. won an 8,750 hour plaque award. Joseph 
Szcwczyk won a 10,000 hour plateau aware! while 
Floyd Eubanks Jr. and Herman Rosenthal also 
, won 8,750-hour awards, 

"I started in 1988. Now I work in the clothing 
department," June Reis said, "I love it when they 
say 'God bless you." 

"Many of the veterans are without families. 
Volunteers make it all possible," said Ken List, 
chief of community affairs. 

Tariq Hassan, M.D., and medical center direc- 
tor and assistant director Pat Sullivan, also praised 
the volunteers. A barbershop quartet, Playback, 
performed. "Somewhere in Time" was the theme 
of the afternoon. 

Richard Chamernik of Gurnee has been vol- 
unteering diere for 28 years and totaled 2,887 
hours. "I started out widi the Knights of Columbus 
wheelers," he said. "Every kid should have, to do 
two tilings, go to a hospital, and sec the condition 
of the people who fought for their freedoms and go 
to Uic VA. That is what it is all about," me Korean 
era veteran said. 

Richard Kutz of Island Lake, VFW Post 2486, 
totaled 13,731 hours in 15 years and won a 4,000 
hours award. Receiving 7,500-hour plaque awards 
were Roy Burns and Otis Norswdrthy. Banks,' 




Heating • Air Conditioning • Duct Cleaning 
• Cleaning & Repair for all Makes arid 
Models . 

(847) 546-8055 or 

(847) 740-HEAT 



23 ,/2 Hour 
Emergency Service 

Family Owned & Operated Since 1989 



We're 

making 

room 

for our 

summer 

air conditioning 

units 

Warehouse 

Furnace Specials 



Professional Air Duct Cleaning 
By Total Comfort 

Our power vacuum professional cleaning 

helps sinus problems, allergens, nasal 

congestion, ear Infections, strep throat & 

dust everywhere. 

Air Duct Cleaning *' Air Cleaners 

• Humidifiers 

CALL US FOR YOUR CUSTOMIZED AIR 

TREATMENT PACKAGE 



(FREE ESTIMATE! ) 
(SENIOR CITIZENS DISCOUNTS) 





Robert Miller, standing, congratulates 
Jerry Vleck of American Legion Post 
738 for his 15,000 hours of volunteer 
service at the North Chicago V.A. — 
Photo by Sandy Bressner 

Edward Gortschcn, and Irene Paja won 6,250- 
hour plaques and Banks and Edward Norvick won 
5,000-hour appreciation awards. 

Winning 3,750-hour appreciation awards 
were: Richard Eirich and Don Thompson. Charles 
"Dave" Aycrs, Lcroy Perry, Thailia Sipplc, and 
Thomas won 2,500-hour appreciation awards. In 
the 1,750 hour appreciation hours category were: 
Yusef Balderos, Walter Bidney, David Ellis, Francis 
Eirich, Jack Harman, James Lynn. 

Many of the volunteers served more than 20 
years. "I enjoy visiting them and bringing them 
clothing," said Barrington VFW 7706:membe| v 
Larry Doddi 



THE VILLAGE OF 

ROUND LAKE BEACH 



SPECIAL EVENTS 

Summer Concert Series 

Free summer conceits ore a great way la meet your neighbors, spend 
time willi your family and leorn a different culture through the univer- 
sal language of music The Summer Concert Series is co-sponsored by 
the Village of Round Lake Beach and the Round lake Area Park District. 
These ore concerts you won't want to miss! Bring your lawn chairs and 
pack a picnic dinner. The concerts should prove to be something lor . 
everyone's tosle. All concerts will lake place at the Metro Station on 
Hook Ditve In Round Lake Beach. ' 

> Sundays from 6:30 - 8:00pm (with exception of July 4lh) 
June 29 - Roots Rack Society (Reggae, calypso and other 



July 4 



July 13 

Julv20 

fovodie 



July 27 
piece 



African/Caribbean rhythms while getting the crowd 
involved) 

Only Sons (Chicago's mast versatile band, featuring on 
extensive play list (hot covers hits ol the 70's, 8G's, classic 
rock, as well as the best of the new stuff) 

■ Las Palsanos (One of Chicago's finest five piece 
maiiachi bands) 

■ Jonathan Devin & New Country (Playing your 

country hits from Gorlh Brooks la Brooks & Dunn and 
. beyondl 

Clare Alexander's Melodaires Orchestra (A five 

jouAwing combo that will entertain all ages) 

August 3 • BBI (Playing your favorite hits from the 60's la the 9G's ' 
performing Motown, Rock & Roll and Classic Rock) 

ALL CONCERTS ARE FREE! 

Children Concert Series 

You arid your child will love this new and entertaining conceit series. - 
The Children's Concert Series will be co-sponsored by the village of 
Round Lake Beach and the Round Lake Area Park District. There will be 
a dillerenl thildien's entertainer each week to delight children and 
adults. Bring a lawn chair and blanket and lunch il you like. All conceits 
will lake place at the North Shore Park located behind Kohl's oil of 
OichardLane. 

> Fridays from 10:45- 11:30am 

Juno 27 ■ Ken Sriiutti • The Flying Fool" (Juggling, comedy, and ■ 
physical stunts] 

July U - Kai Slmone (Lyrical storytelling) 
July 1 8 • Da ve Rudolf (Comedy and singing) 
J jly 25 - Mike Mauthe (Magic Show] 
August 2 ■ Joel Frankel (Silly songs) 

IhankyooloAntel, Clink, Dionwnd;Buih t QiCtannland ItoH PC lot 
theh donation wppoiting this piogwmt 



**MaBMMMHMH*9fl 



———III IT I 



VBOHVKHVMMH 




MtlY 30,2003 



COUNTY 



Lakeland Newspapers/ B9 



United Way maps its future at annual meeting 



By TIFFANY HAWORTH 

Special to Lakeland Newspapers 



United Way of Lake C'oimty hosted its 70th 
Annual Business Meeting at the Lake County 
Center lor Community Leadership lor over 
tOU of its volunteers. 

■ Leaders and volunteers from Lake 
County; gathered to 
hear about the impact 

United Way of Lake 'United Way's value goes beyond 
County made last year* one issue or one cause' 

in its community and 

the future vision for the ,,, . „ , . 

organization. Warren Schrier 

The program United Way Board Chair 

included reflections on 
the past year by the 
retiring chairman of the board of directors, 
volunteer. Jiiii Wimrode and highlights of 
United Way's future goals by the new 
Chairman of the Board of Directors, volunteer, 
Warren Schrier. The meeting agenda also 



included election of officers and new mem- 
bers, the recognition of retiring board mem- 
bers and employee service recognition. 

"It has been a year of many challenges and 
successes," said Wintrode, the retiring volunteer 
chairman of United Way's board of directors 
and general manager of Six ITiigs Great America. 
"Now, United Way of Lake County.s future 
vision is clear— we are 
dedicated to making a 
measurable and creative 
impact on our communi- 
ty's critical needs and to 
replicate its successes." 

Highlights from the 
2002 year included: 
• The opening of the 
new Lake County Center 
for Community Leadership, a focal point for 
the sharing and creation of solutions for com- 
munity issues. 

• The formation of a new. volunteer Finance 
and Administration Committee to oversee 



and govern United Way's financial initiatives. 

• The development and implementation of 
a yenr-long Community Assessment, made 
possible through a $50,000 grant from the 
Chicago Community Trust. 

• The mobilization of 150 volunteers who 
participated in the county-wide 2002 United 
Way of Lake County Day of Caring, and an 
additional 1,000 volunteers matched with vol- 
unteer opportunities at local area non-profits 
throughout the. year. 

• The organization's ability to raise close to 
$3.5 million in a slow economy to be targeted 
to 150 local area programs and services. 

. Newly-appointed 2003 volunteer board 
chair and senior vice president of Trustmark 
"Insurance, Warren Schrlcr, shared his thoughts 
on the future of United Way of Lake County, ■ 

"United Way of Lake County brings us 
together, as one community to impact the 
issues we care about most," Schrier said. 
"United Way's value goes beyond one issue or 
one cause." ' 




.Warren Schrier, newly appointed volun- 
teer chair of United Way of Lake 
County recognizes Jim Wintrode for his 
many years of service. 



It's about being a community that takes up the fight. Relay For Life represents the hope that those lost to cancer 
will never be forgotten, that those who face cancer will be supported, and that one day, cancer will be eliminated. 

FORM YOUR RELAY TEAM TODAY! 



Relay for Life of Gurnee 

Saturday July 19. 2003 - 6pm to Sunday July 20 - 7am 
Warren Township High School O'Plaine Campus 

For Information contact 

Krista Rudcl 
847-317-0025 



krista.rudd@cancer.ora 




I 1*11 tOUMY ' 



i GURNEE 

A Chamber of 

nStHfc* Commerce ( „, 

ijSjJftiJ of Lake County /Cnimi; 

ill! 






HISPANIC 

Chamber of Commerce 
of Lake County. 



AiHLlAIi OP l.C.C.C. 



.' % 

I u» emmrt \ 

Ck.cibn * 

,'i •* 

* ComiOITS* / 

***■* urn*** ** 



Relay for Life of Greater Waukegan 

Saturday June 21, 2003 - 6pm to Sunday June 22 - 7am 
• Waukegan Township High School Weiss Field 



For Information contact 

Carin Roberts 

847-317-0025 

cari n.roberts @ cancer.org 



*££ 



p 



WAUKEGAN .•"•**•. 

Chamber of" .W——V 
Commerce { 1 , ( • 

pf Lake County ', }&•■»••.•" 






11 



Lake County Chamber of Commerce - Continuous Service Since wis 




FREE TRACTOR RIDES 

'TIL APRIL 2004. 




, 



FOR A LIMITED TIME 
$0 DOWN, 0% INTEREST. O PAYMENTS TIL APRIL 2004 



For a limited time, when you buy almost any John Deere lawn or garden tractor, 

you'll pay nothing until next season. That makes now the perfect time to enjoy 

all the quality and reliability you've come to expect with owning a Deere. 

This free ride won't last forever, so get to your nearest dealer today. 





John Deere 



Nothing Runs Like A Deere " 



wvwvJohnDaofu.cofn/Homoownefs 



DICK'S MARINE SERVICE 

32 N PISTAKEE LAKE RD-1 BLOCK W OFF RT 12 

& 1 1/2 BLOCKS N OF GRAND AVE 

FOX LAKE, it 60020 

(847)587-2102 



GRAYSLAKE FEED SALES, INC. 

ROUTE 120 & SLUSSER. STREET 
GRAYSLAKE, IL 60030 
-: (847)223-6333 




'WwlM 






w •l, W w^l"^••^.l.«lBnJ»»^*-^'»«■^'<"^*'** , " , » ,,, 



■W torn i.-hmi »* feu ***•*>* *>*m**«*ti Urn m »*4 M»i Uwjrt w «lr** 

(=1 Equal Opportunity Loodor 



iMMUMMnVw 

imwumiKW— !^KM Ml 



HflkMOttt 



.AT- 



B 1 I Lakeland Newspapers 



COUNTY 



May 30, 2003 



ISKALIS' AMERICAN 



Slli =c, " ■. ".^--" i al' rr= .-.;t, si« 



FLOOR SHOW, INC. 



Where Prices 



Just Keep 
Falling... ? 



FINANCING AVAILABLE 

6 Months 

Same As 
Cash!! 

*Witlrpaymcnts to 
qualifiecHmyers 



^-isu 



*£; 



/a 



S 



fei 



jv 



•n: 



Si 



-i^*.; 



x* 



vi 



•i'' 1 



H' 



*&& 



C> <$> AU 

"fSB^ In-Stock Carpets 

1 STARTING AT 



Per S<|. Ft: 






ANSO 

Or 
Resistant 



Full Rooms 
Of Carpet! 

NOW ONLY 












e>„ <*; 



was 



ri*. 



'•■'T.-'T' 






Completely Installed 

■ ' ' t ~ * * * * 

Up to 360 sq, ft. installed. 
Includes carpel pad : ■ 
& labor. . 



^ 



Kf| 



Hardwood 



^ 



p* 



§s 



1 



i 



HjU.\\fCt£-ff 



Per Sq. Ft. 

♦Mak-rlals 

Only 



Laminate Flooring 

STARTING AT 



•■■;. ■-'■ 



l'cr.Sq. Ft. 

•Materials 




Wa-Ptivs-'' it j. ■!■■ ■ , ' 



VISA 



;-.; 



in 



'•IV.S 






J. ' 




oor Covenn 

OfJlOOOOrMore 




: 



I 

1 

I 

I 
I 

i Of$500QrMore i- Of $1000 OrMore : : mi 

I iskalis' American Floor Show, Inc. | Iskalis' American Floor Show, Iric; | iskalis' American Floor Show,Jnc 
I 847-662-7900 • 847-587-1138 ■ 847-662-7900 • 847-587^ 138 ■ MM62-7900 • 847-587-1138 

9 Not valid with other offers or prior purchases. V .Not valid with other offers or prior purchase* <-'' - J ; Not valid with other offers or'prtor purchas es, " ; ; ; ^ ; > : ■; N95 >l!^ ^!di other'offer^or "priogp^ 
I • Must prttenVcewpon u time of order. 6 

' ;',' M .- ' •■:.*.. ' - •:- V. ■ ■>•-.': ■-■ ■' ■.■■'■■'■'' m "-'■■ ' "■'■ • 'i '":■' '- '•'".- " -',. '-■ ■.■'-■-. ■■■ "-ISP'S; '■'■' i ' i" •- • ''■■ y^ :- '-• ■ ' * ' : ■ ■'. '■"'PW 



J Any Floor Covering Purchased 

"I Of $2000 Or More 



1 

-J 
Any Area Rug j 

In-Stocfc Now! Over 300 To Choose Fro^ 

Iskalis' American Floor Sho^ incfl 



WE CARRY NAME BRANDS! 



"• Waverly 

• Mohawk 

• Coronet 
Anso 






• Laura Ashley 
• Stainaster 

• Wundaweve— 
• Harris-Tarkett 



• Bruce 

• Tliftex 

• Shaw 
Karastan 

• Pergo 




Old Grand Ave. 




To Toll &■ £ 
Great America V 



4437 Grand 





dj tiskalis @ insnet com 



I 



Nortlil 


' t 






m- Lm Tk 1 

T Bill 










, ■ 






USA 



^" - • '-^n - - i — 7 — P^f PtTna i n i imu fix^ 



"f T ' , T , V ■T W'Wl'W'a 






May 30. 2003 



COUNTY 



Lakeland Neiuspapers/B'i 1 




"1 



COUNTY BRIEFS 

Retired Teachers 
Association scholarships 

The Lake County Retired' Teachers 
Association is invojvcd with awarding scholar- 
ships to students interested in teaching. 

Since 1997 when one S500 scholarship was 
awarded to the present when three $1,000 
scholarships will be presented. 14 students 
have benefited from these awards. 

Thirty-seven seniors from Lake County high 
schools applied in 2003. The students send in a 
presentation including two letters of recommen- 
dation, a list of school and community involve- 
ment, a transcript and a short essay by the stu- 
dent on why he/she wants to be a teacher. 

The scholarships \honor the memory of 
Mary Jo Killian who was a member of the Lake 
County Retired Teachers. With the funds con- 
tributed from her family and the retired teach- 
ers, the program will continue to be successful. 
- This yeats winners are Katrina McKenzie— 
Stevenson H.S.; Katerine Psihoglos— Round 
Like H.S. and Sarah Schleser— Grayslake H.S. 



Educator of the Year 

The Soil and Water Conservation District 
(SWCDj of Lake County celebrates excellence 
in environmental education. "The "Educator. of 
the Year" award recognizes educators who 
make a significant impact toward improving 
the environment through education in Lake 
County. 

The District has received three nomina- 
tions this year for the ward: Betty Taglieri and 
Patricia Altman of May Whitney School in Lake 
Zurich and Dr. Jeff Hoyer of Dcerficld High 
School. The board of directors has chosen Dr, 
Jeff Hoyer as the winner of the award. Dr. Hoyer 
was responsible for proposing and developing 
the curriculum for Advanced Placement 
Environmental Science at Deer field High 
School. He was also vital to the creation of the 
Network of Environmental Science Educators, 
which provides support and resources for local 
environmental educators. Dr. Hoyer is leading 
his students in a project to restore a part of the 
Chicago River that 'runs through the Deerfield 
High School campus. He is committed to turn- 
ing the campus into an outdoor classroom 
where students can have hands-on learning 
experience in restoration projects. 



MEDIA 

Call 847-223-8161 Ext. 190 



■■ 



PROFESSIONALS 
WANTED 



I Real Estate 

Consulting 

Attorney 



Healthcare 
Mortgage 
All Pro's 



Tr t -.-+N ?.i*r+*ri>*y»*?. H-lwu ' i 




PUCE YOUR 
BUSINESS HERE! 
Call 847-223-8161 

Ask for Lisa Gonzailcs 



DR. SHIRLEY KOSW 

Licensed Clinical 
Psychologist 

Individual. Couples 
and Family Therapy 

Free Initial 

Consultation 

847-816-8172 



Onlu^i 




SOLDI 



SOW 




Is it time to put your house on the market? 

. Then call Carta Cornish. 

(847)293-6104 



7500 W. Grand Gurnee, IL | www.carlahomcs.com ;;.' 




Rt. 83 to Rt. 50 go straight (75) to Rt. 

142 W 5 miles on left. 

4 miles east of Burlington on Hwy. 142; 

1/4 mile west of. Hwy. J 

(262)539-2147 

Mon.-Fri. 8-5:30; 
:S'at.. 8-5; Sun.. 10.-2 




Big Brothers/Big Sisters 
scholarship winners 

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Luke County has 
announced five area high school seniors who 
have received its $1,000 merit scholarships. The 
winners were selected based on their commit- 
ment to the values of mentoring, academic abil- 
ity, Initiative, resourcefulness and need. 

This scholarship was made available to 
graduating seniors who have been involved in 
Big Brothers Big Sisters as a volunteer mentor 
or who received mentoring services through 
the Core Program or Teen Parent Program. 

The recipients are: Marilynn Smith and 
Katerina Psihogios of Round Lake High School, 
Kelscy Lofstrand of Lake Forest High School, 
Brittany Lin of Stevenson High School and Joey 
Mok, Mundelein High School. 

After-school grant 

Central Baptist Family Services (CBFS) 
has received a grant to establish an after- 
school learning program at the |ohn T. 
McGee Middle School in Round Lake. The 
Illinois State Board of Education awarded the 
$72,300 grant as part of the No Child Left 
Behind Act. As a 21st Century Learning 
Center Program, the grant will provide a 
broad range of activities that range from 
tutoring, to mentoring, to involvement in the 
arts and community participation. The pro- 
gram will operate when school is not in ses- 
sion. 

The program will provide an opportunity 
for 50-100 children and up to 150 parents to 
participate. At least 15 hours of service will be 
available to" the children each week before 
and after school, evenings and weekends. 
Round Lake School District 1 16 and CBFS are 
partners in the program. 



Librarians to 
launch new 
web site 

Librarians from around the state tire work- 
ing together to select quality Internet resources 
for inclusion in Illinois Clicks!, an anywhere, 
anytime Information web site for Illinois citi- 
zens with a targeted launch date of Aug. 15 

"Illinois Clicks! represents a collaborative 
effort on the part of librarians all around the 
state, including academic, public, school and 
special librarians from a wide variety of subject 
specialties," said Frances Rochm, project coor- 
dinator. 

With Illinois Clicks!, people will be able to 
access information quickly and easily from 
their homes or libraries, and even libraries 
without a comprehensive web site of their own 
will be able to offer an important information 
resource to their patrons, free. 

Illinois Clicks! will provide information 
more efficiently by linking to other Illinois 
Internet resources. Answers to reference ques- 
tions will be just a click away, through links to 
"My Web Librarian," the Illinois virtual refer- 
ence service. Illinois Clicks! will also be linked 
to Find It! Illinois, which allows patrons to 
search more than 20,000 Illinois government 
sites. Many special collections and previously 
hidden one-of-a-kind collections will be acces- 
sible as never before. 

The interim Illinois Clicks web situ can be 
found at www.chicagojobs.org/illinoisclicks. 



For a Family Friendly atmosphere 

first 

5teps 

Nursery School j ) 

Providing Quality Care for.Childrcn 6 wks. lo S yrs. 



Privately owned, family oriented center. 
Provides quality staff and loving environment in 
CLEAN Facility. 
' UNIQUE OPEN FLOOR PLAN 

Sweetwater Crossings 

2 lb] North koule 8J 

Round Lake Beach. IL 60073 

(1 1 A Milo North ot Rollins Rood) 

847-223-1299 



^W 



ARTS & CRAFTS 

OVER 100 DISPLAYS 



June 14 & 15 

Saturday 10-5 

Sunday 10-4 

ANTIOCH 

Located Downtown Antioch on Skidmore 
Street 1 block east of Main St. (Rte.83) 

i The Antioch Chamber of Commerce & ; Industrp 

ill! 








Booth Space 
Still Available 

Visit Our Website for registration information. 

wwWo Aim 43 © c fkCHnaamb er.org 

New Location: Orchard & Skidmore Streets 



o 



!! 






CONDELL MEDICAL 
CENTER 

Childbirth Education Classes 

The childbirth education classes til Cuiulell 
Medical t'enter.HOj S. Milwaukee Ave., 
I Jbein villi-, will enhance anil complement your 
doctor's advice. I aught by trained, certified 
instructors, these classes provide understand- 
ing, support and information dial will take life 
expectant couple from pregnancy through (he 
postpartiuu period; and help them to adjust to 
the changes that haying a baby brings. Classes 
covet a variety of subjects including Pondering 
■ I'rcguanq, luirly Pregnancy. Childbirth 
Uelrcshcr, Inlant Development, Cirandparents 
Class, basically breast-feeding, breast-feeding 
and Working and Caring for Haby, Please re^Ls- 
ter early in your pregnimcv. Call Bt7-i)9l)-5IU7, 
or l-spanol: HI 7-990-12119.' 

Centre Club Pre/Post-Natal 
Exercise Program 

Centre Club Pre/Post-Nalal l-xercise 
Program meets at 10:30 a.m.. Tuesdays. 
Thursdays and Saturdays at Centre Club, 
2UUW. Coll Uoad. I.ibertyvitle ami 111:30 
a.m. Mundays. Wednesdays and 1'ridays 
at Centre Club in Curnce, UU5 Hum 
Club "Hd. Participants may bring babies 
up to six months. l : or registration infor- 
mation, call Centre Clubs, affiliated with 
Condell Medical Center at, JM7-ai(»-(inJU,\ 
I.ibertyville or iM7-:«i2-290ri, ext. 17.12, 
Gurnee. 

Car Seat Safety Checks 

Are available by certified inspectors who 
will examine child car seats for proper instal- 
'latum, age and weight appropriateness and 
currency of seal models. Children using car 
seal lo be inspected are encouraged to be 
present: Inspections tire bv appointment 
only. l ; ree.H-l7-990-5f)2*l. ' 

LAKE FOREST HOSPITAL 

Menopause Management: New 
Options 

Join QH/GYN Karen Mass. MD, as she 
discusses (he latest information on Hormone 
Replacement Therapy (MUT) and alternative 
svmptom treatments. To register, call 
IM7.5:i5.lij 12 Date: Tuesday, lube 24; 2003. 
lime: 7 to 9 p.m. 

CPR: Save a Life 

Learn infant, child and adult CPU 
through the American Heart Association's 
Pediatric and Heartsaver course. 
Participants receive first aid instruction for 
choking, as well as information about heart * 
disease, causes and prevention of injury, and 
cardiopulmonary arrest in children. 'Ibis is a 
one-day course. More information, call 
iy7.535.Cil 12 Date: Saturdav, lime M.Tiine: 
9:00 to 2 p.uj. 

Congregate Meals Program 

loin others for low-cost, nutritional meals in 
the hospital cafeteria daily. A speaker or 
educational program' of interest accompa- 
nies one meal each mouth. Reservations are 
,not necessarv. I'or more information, call 
H-I7.5:i5.()l7u\ Date: Thursday. June 19. 
m Time: -1:30 to li pint. 

VISTA HEALTH 

Schedule a Heart Failure 
Educational Program 

Are you suffering from high blood pres- 
sure, high cholesterol diabelesor obesity? 
Have you bad a heart attack or damage lo 
your heart valves? You could be one of the 
million people who have heart failure. 1 lean 
failure is a I'rightcningly common but under- 
recognized condition in which the heart 
muscles weaken and gradually lose their 
ability to pump enough blood to supply the 
■body's needs. Ifvbit would like more infor- 
mation, call VisTa PlderCAHl- at fM7-3(i<M 101 
to schedule a presentation. Vista HldcrCAHK 
is a program of Vista Health. 

Assistance for seniors with 
healthcare bill questions 

I lealthcare bills can be confusing. The 
Dumber of forms seems to multiply 
overnight. The insurance company denies 
payent and ynii can't figure out why. It's not 
always clear what charges Medicare will and 
will not cover. There is help available for 
adults over the age of 05 and it's free. It's a 
service established by the State of Illinois 
called the Senior I lealih Insurance Program 
or SI IIP for short. SI IIP is staffed by specially 
trained volunteers who answer questions 
and provide assistance in processing health- 
care bills lor senior citizens. To make an 
appointment for any location, call IM7-3(i0- 
2172. 




B12 / Lakeland Newspapers 



May 30, 2003 



West Nile Virus, Part 2: Mosquito control 
programs-weighing possible risks 



When laboratory tests identified the 
presence of the West Nile Virus in two dead 
crows found in the Chicago area, in 
September, 200 1— confirming its presence in 
Illinois— mosquito abatement districts, 
locally taxed mosquito agencies, had already 
been established for some time. Their pro- 
grams, based on surveillance and non-chem- 
ical forms of prevention nhdjcontroj, have 
also included area-wide ground application 
and aerial spraying of chemical and biologi- 
cal pesticides (insecticides). With the emer- 
gence of West Nile Virus, efforts to control 
the mosquito population have increased. 

Abatement districts, licensed by the 
Department of Agriculture to apply pesti- 
cides, claim their use of pesticides is neces- 
sary if we are to effectively control mosqui- 
toes. This is where the controversy erupts. 
Just how safe is the wide- range spraying or 
these substances for people and animals? 

Trucks that travel down city and subur- 
ban streets spray a clouded mist of pesticides 
along the ground and in the air. Usually 
done late at night, this controversial method 
is referred to as "adullidding" and is done to 
target adult mosquitoes. 

Another form of application, "larvacid- 
ing," in which pesticides are applied directly 
to mosquito breeding areas such as catch 
basins and standing water areas, is consid- 
ered to be much safer. The application of 
these biological and chemical pesticides is 
more contained and site specific. 
Lan'aciding also helps to prevent the devel- 
opment of adult mosquitoes. It can reduce 
overall pesticide use in a mosquito-control 
program as well, by decreasing or eliminat- 
ing the need Tor ground or aerial spraying to ' 
kill adults. 




ON CALL 



Day Simon 



In a fact sheet titled "What You Should 
Know About Pesticides" published by the 
Erie County Unit of the American Cancer 
Society, pesticides are described as "poisons 
designed to kill a variety of plants and ani- 
mals such as insects (insecticides); weeds 
(herbicides) and mold or fungus (fungi- 
cides). 

"Pesticides include active ingredients," 
the chemical compounds designed to kill 
the target organisms! "and inert ingredients 
which may be carcinogens or toxic sub- 
stances." Wlfen it comes to the issue of safe- 
ty, the publication stales that "No one caii 
assure your safety when using pesticides. . 
Most pesticides are associated with some 
risk to human health or to the environ- 
ment—EPA registration is not a consumer 
product safety program." 

Most people don't realize that. The 
Environmental Protection Agency only regu- 
lates the use of these pesticides by review- 
ing, approving, and setting the guidelines 
for the labels on these products. This is the 
only safeguard. What is stated on the label is 
king, and it's a federal violation to use these 
products other than in accordance with 
label directions. 

Jeff Squibb, spokesperson for the Illinois 
Department of Agriculture, told me that this 
is stated in the Illinois Pesticide Act, Section 
24.1, and that there is a provision to penal- 



'%i 



Which Pair 
Should You Spend $79 On? 





Mammograms 

$79 



The lowest priced 
mammogram in Lake County, III. 

We have a private, soothing, clean and friendly 
atmosphere where mammogram appointments are 
available on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and, 
weekends. For more information, or to schedule an 
appointment visit us in the Gurnee Mills Outlet Mall 
at entrance H in Gurnee, Illinois or call us toll free 
at 1-800-940.-2822. 




CANCER RESOURCE CENTER 



Great career opportunities for patient- Ca " Human Resources at 
focused healthcare professionals. 847.872.61 63 



ize those who misuse any pesticide— no 
matter how low the toxicity. This mandate 
which imposes penalties and fines based on 
the violation, is published on the web site: 
www.legis.state.il.us/legistation/ilcs/chap- 
terlist.html, under the listing for 415 1LCS60 
(Illinois Pesticide Act, 24.1). 

I wasn't aware of this law when one 
night I was out walking my dog and was 
sprayed by a Clarke Mosquito Control truck 
on the street in front of my house in 
Lincolnshire^ Clarke is one of the major con- 
tractors and suppliers of products for mos- 
quito control. My dog and I were enveloped 
in a choking gray- white cloudof chemicals. 1 
felt as thought I was part of a science fiction 
movie. I had no idea that what was done to 
me may have been a violation of the law. 

Now, six years later, armed with a news- 
paper column and an official press pass, I 
asked the same Mr. Squibb at the Dept. of 
Agriculture if he thought it was safe to be 
sprayed with the pesticide. His response 
was, "Generally, I would think not." 

I then challenged Clarke Mosquito 
Control. 1 called Laura McGowan, their 
spokesperson to the media, and asked her if 
the products they spray are intended for use 
on humans. What was on the label? She told 
me"not intended for human use." 
Nevertheless, she insisted the pesticides 
were relativelysafe because of the Ultra Low 
Volume (ULV) factor of pesticide in the 
spray. ."Exposure to products we use causes 
no undo risks to humans," she said. "The 
active ingredient that is sprayed is only 6/ 10 
of an ounce per acre — it's disseminated in 
droplets of 17 microns which is smaller than 
the size of a pin head. U is. meant for use in 
highly populated areas.'" — •*■ 

The pesticide label 1 obtained for Anvil 2 
+ 2 ULV, the compound that according to 
Ms. McGowan has been used in this area for 
almost 20 years, clearly reads "harmful if 
swallowed or absorbed through the skin." 
Nowhere is it stated that this product is 
intended to be applied to humans in either 
its concentrated or diluted form. 

Complaints should be phoned in to the 
Illinois Department of Agriculture's pesti- 
cide misuse hotline at 1 -800-64 1-3934. The 
hotline number for the Illinois Poison 
Center is 1-800-222-1222. The law will only 
work for you if you use it. 

Mosquito borne diseases affect millions 
of people worldwide each year. West Nile 
Virus is real. West Nile is dangerous to 
humans, birds and some animals. ! wonder, 
however, if the controversial battle plan of 
adulticiding is effective enough to really 
make a significant difference. 

My golden retriever, Marty, died two 
years later from "schwannoma", a cancer of 
the Schwann cells — the sheath that sur- 
rounds the nerves in the skin. I will never 
• know what caused the cancer. ■ 




Cwuk. . 




Open For Lunch At 11am 




r Try Our 
-Famous 
Martinis In 
OneOf 
Many Flavors 



Friday 
Fish 
Fry! 



4 Open for « 
Breakfast a 
Sat & Sun i 

' at 7am * 



Live Bands'Every-3 r ° Sat; 



Daily Lunch & Dinner Specials 



Karaoke Friday w/Kasey 



32 E. Grand Ave. • Fox Lake, IL 

847-973-8250 



i 



■*■*■ III ■ ■ -■« 



■CtMgMB^PH** 



•^vm^MffmmBi&mm*, 



NMMN^NmkWMMMMM 



May 30, 2003 



HEALTHWATCH 



Lakeland Newspapers / B1 3 






Charity fund-raising ball a success 



The unofficial results are in, enough to 
qualify the I7th annual Sweetheart Bail 
fundraiser sponsored by Assistance in 
Healthcare Foundation as a rousing success. 
This year's guest's to the annual ball could be 
deemed a very generous group. 

The estimated total for this year's ball is a 
whopping $83,000 to help qualifying patients 
and families in need for. the coming year. That 
figure put the charity event well ahead of last 
year's results with more fond-raising yet to 
come during this calendar year. 

The ball featured a dinner/dance and a 
silent miction that acts as the major fund- rais- 
er of the year for the charitable organization. 
The event also featured a special "capsule 
table" of smaller items and a 50/50 raffle. Each 
year, Assistance in Healthcare receives com- 
munity and business support for the ball in 
the form of donations of items for the silent 
auction, sponsorships for the event and/or 
cash donations. 




From Simple 

Remodeling 

Projects. • • 

To Major 

Construction. Plans 

"GET THE JOB DONE RIGHT" 



♦Decks 

* Fences 
iCabinels 
♦Paneling 
♦Building Supplies 

♦ Energy Efficient Housing 



♦Custom Homes 

♦ Plywood 
♦Gazebos 
♦Slorm Windows 
♦Picnic Tables 

♦ Rool Shingles 



WE CAN HELP!!! 



CHAIN-6-lAKES LUMBER 

340 W. Railroad Avenue 
Round Lake .(ON ROUTE 134) 

847-546-2142 



E) miQMUSSS3ISM3SiMM3ISMQMSMSM&SMiUSMS} B 



I 
I 

i 

I 

i 

l 

i 

I 

I 
1 






\l\ 



GROCERY /TORE 



MEXICAN - AMERICAN 
GROCERY /TORE 

JINCE 1990 

Your Local Area Convenience 

Store Carrying All 

Of Your Meals, Groceries 

And Produce 



E3 



1 
1 

1 

1 



1 

1 

1 

I 



1529 Cedar Lake Road 

Round Lake 
847-546-0121 



s 

1 



The main sponsor for tlic event,, scheduled 
this year al the Crown Plaza North Chicago in 
Mundelciii, was Cancer Treatment Centers of 
America at Midwestern Regional Medical 
Center in Zion. A capacity crowd of 380 people 
attended. 

Assistance in Healthcare, a not-for-profit 501' 
(c)(3) foundation, provides grants for the non 
medical expenses, assisting patients and their 
families who have become financially dis- 
tressed as a result of their light against cancer 
and other catastrophic illnesses. 
Throughout last year, a monthly average of 45 
patients or patient's families were helped by 
(he funds raised. Other than the costs associ- 
ated with the ball itself, all the funds raised by 
the volunteer organization go to patients or 
their families who have demonstrated need. 
Anyone wishing to donate to the charity orga- 
nization throughout the year may call Carol 
Lulinski at (047)072-6302, Sandy Grasser at 
(847)872-6441 or Barb Albert at (847)872-6462. 



SH0GREN 
FENCE 



Our Quality & Ethics Do Make A Difference . 
Family Owned & Operated Since 1984 



All Types Of Fencing 

* Custom Rod-Cedar Fence 

* Chain Link 

* Ornamental 

* Repairs 

* Installation 

* All major. credit cards accepted 

Free Estimates! 
Financing Available 



847-740-9111 





'jtuvi 

Tour Mind, Body, and Spirit wilt be glad you did" 



MASSAGE SOLUTIONS: 

Muiclc Therapy 

Pregnancy Masiage 

Sportt' Manage 

Corporate Chair Manage 

Small femlnesi Wcllncu Program* 

Hoi Stone Therapy 

TMJWork 

Craniosacral Therapy 



FITNESS ASPECTS: 

Personal Fitness Training 
Nutritional Counseling 
Core Strengthening 
Flexibility Training 
Post Rehab Exercise 
Keynote Speaking 
Sport Specific Training 
Private Studio with Shower 



MASSAGE PARTIES'. 

Book us for your next Bridal Shower, Wedding Party, 

Barbcque. Girls Night Out. Baby Shower. Pool Party. 




629 W. Rollins Rd. 
Round Lake Beach 

Illinois, 60073 

847-668-9310 
847-546-5555 




Specializing in Comprehensive 
Obstetrics & Gynecology Care 



New Patients Always Welcome 
Annual Exams & Pap • Normal/High Risk Pregnancy 
Infertility • Family Planning 

Menstrual Disorders . • Pelvic Pain 
Bladder Control • Menopause Management 

LaparascopicSurgery . 




Board Certified Physicians 

William E. Woods M.D. 
Carmen Woods-Hollowell M.D. 

Female Nurse Practitioners 
■ Christina Bach MSN ANP-C 
Kim Emstmeyer MSN ANP-C 
Karen Robinson MSN CNM 



4343 old grand avenue 

SUITE 206 

GURNEE, ILLINOIS 60031 • 

(847) 244-4110 

(847) 244-4494 FAX 

2031 E. GRAND AVENUE 
SUITE 100 

LINDENHURST. ILLINOIS 60046 
(847) 356-2156 







336 W. Main Slreel 
Round Lake, Illinois 60073 

847»5<6'6555 » Fax8#546'6558 

E-Mail: classicprinlcq@amc.ilech.ncl 

Compfc if to-f loost ftiminj Strive from jLir-ooi Tfwojli Biaiaj 

JUST GIVE US A CALL* WE DOIT ALL 

• BltSLStSSCUlDS 'mifiS •WWDAB 

•wnmsGwufflavs •brochures 'MKiis 
•niwlutirs •business rows • Minna 



u 




M6\CAl 
IMPRESSIONS 

Magical Entertainment 
For* Any CccaAlenl 

f mimi mms 
\mmmmm 

f CtOSMP MAGIC 
f MtOM SCVMM 
? STAW-UPCOMWY 







Nf-HhHH 






Coming Soon!! 

i 



Local 
High-Speed 

Internet 

Pre-Qualify NOW and xecieve 
50% off soui first 3 months 

... !.'• . . .. Faster than DSL & without 

Visit us online for more information A . ; ■ . -. .- -.._ 

and submit your prc-qualify form today the hass,e of dealing With 

to help secure your town for the initial y° ur » oca ' phpne company It 
launch: 



www.OpenAirWireless.net 



(847) 587-1040 




Sc Hahla Esuaiiot fii> Bfefcoww Afoa twam rkm 



Professional Assembly* 30 Day Check-Up 
Service Warranly • Low Price Guarantee 

(847)740-0007 



Available 



^^ati ftfrY*** 1 -* **" 



■■Itttt-BiSMBVaW-'MrtMW 



B 1 4/ Lakeland Newspapers 



COUNTY 



May 30, 2003 



CROSSWORD 




ACROSS 

I. Biblical Hamath 

5. Vlrtuosocs ■ 
10. 27th U.S. President . 
RPetc Sampras, for one 

15. Caps 

16. The content of cognition 

17. Thick piece of something 
10. In a way, looks 

19. Desolate 

20. Eat like a horse 

23. Full of ruts 

24. Skins. 

25. Balls 

20. Denotes three 

30. Showing Intense emotion 

31. Local anesthetic 

36. Loose fiber 

37. Whale ship captain 
30. An open way for travel 

39. Exactly vertical or true 

40. Noun suffix denoting terri- 
tory 

41. Motorcar 

42. Compass point 

44. Heavy rope for nautical use 

45. Knights' garment 




Art& 




at 



Mallard Creek 
Shopping Center 

At the Northwest corner of.... 

Route 83 & Rollins Rd. 
Round Lake Beach, IL 

Saturday, May 31, 

10 am to 5 pm 
Sunday, June 1, 

11 am to 4 pm 

Quality Exhibitors From A 3-State Area 

***ADMISSION IS FREE*** ■ 

For More Information, Coll Craft Show Promotions Inc.: (630) 293-3637^/ 




I 



LAND NEEDED 

Rapidly-growing, 18-month old church is aggressively 

seeking 10-20 acres of vacant land to build a 

permanent facility. 

NorthBridge Church is a dynamic, contemporary 

Christian church ministering to hundreds of young 

families in Lindenhurst, Lake Villa, and Antioch. 

We currently hold Sunday services at Antioch 

Community High School We are looking for 

vacant land to build a long term home for our 

thriving young church. 

If you can help us in any way, please contact us at 

847/8389 370 

To learn more about our ministry, visit our website at 
www,northbridgechurch. org 



49. Annual grass of Europe and 
NAfrlca 

50. Thinking, Italian style 
57. Deceived ' ■ 

'58. Sir Chandrasekhara _i, 
Indian physicist 

59. Something beneficial that 
Is bestowed 

60. Clearance or garage 

Gl._ Jong, writer 

62. Tributary of the Mississippi 

R 

G3.&&& 

64. Isaac's mother (Bib.) 

65. A British peer ranking . 

DOWN 

1. A way to fasten 

2. Liberal rights organization 
3,Beef 

4. Where trees and shrubs are 
cultivated for exhibition 

5. Leopards, for example 
6. 16th and 17th century 

man's garment 
7. Tin Pan or bowling 



0. Sandbar 
9,Slx, Fr. 

10. Diacritical mark' 

11. Sun-dried brick 

12. Untamed, 

13. Black rockweeds 

21. German trial city 

22. Impressive in size or scope 

25. Small establishment 

26. Make a ringing sound 

27. Hawaiian wreath 
20. Electric car . 
29. Rip off 

31. Illumination unit 

32. Beside one another In a 
rank 

33. Notes of hand - 

34. The back side of the neck 

35. German river 

37. Promotional materials 
4.1. Roman Statesman 

43. In a ^y, feels deep affec- 
tion for 

44. "_and Her Sisters" 

45. Oklahoma city - 

46. Oriental 

• 47. Provide shelter for 



40. Chain of mountains 
49. Japanese Archipelago 

51. Ancient Japanese religious 
ctr 

52. Independent ruler or chief- 
tan 

53. Double-reed instrument 

54. Arab country on Qatar 
peninsula 

55. Large European dormouse 

56. Organic compound 

Answers 



1 V Y ■ |» 

1 H O B V 

H O O ■ «, K 

1 i o o [o it 
■ ■I 1 ' 


■ i t 
v n l 
i i > 
o ■ 


* 1 » 

* H ■ i 

« H q i 

o oj » i 

■ a i r ■ 


n v 
» • 
i 1 

■ n 

T 1 


■ * no 3 m 
a * o u WB* 

• N I V O O 


R IT! 

» H 1 

H i I 
i Mi 


r|H~r n n 

' H n n » 
■ a » i v 

i M I H 


1 * 

V O 

■ H 

i I 


i l i ilrf ■ 
o v • a ■ [» 

m \t a i mm • 
<r I a i II i 
1 1 > ill 


■ * I 
i 1 t 
I 1 f 
i l 

V 1 J 


i I n k my 

l i K O i 
1 W • * 

* 9 u ■ 

■ B * n 


n * 
i ■ 

9 V 
¥ H 



HOROSCOPE 



ARIES - March 21 /April 20 
A close friend needs your help with a romantic 
problem. While you would like to be there, fie or . 
she wants you to do something dishonest A loved 
one offers to take"you out late In the week, 
TAURUS -April 21/May 21 
Your home is your sanctuary this week, Taurus. Co- 
workers are making demands on you, and loved 
ones are asking for your help. Take a little time for 
yourself. 

GEMINI- May 22/June 21 
Stand your ground when that special someone tries 
to convince you to do something that you don't 
want to do. Don't let him or her bully you. A loved 
one needs a shoulder to cry on. Be there for him or 
her. 

CANCER - June 22/JuIy 22 
Don't let your conscience get the best of you when 
you lie to get out of a difficult situadon. The person 
you've been seeing asks you an important ques- 
tion. 

LEO-July23/August23 

A friend with whom you haven't spoken In a long 
time turns to you for help with a family matter. Do 
what you can for him or her. A laved one helps you - 
out with a home- improvement project 
VIRGO -August 24 /Sept. 22 
You have an important decision to make early in 



the week, Virgo, and several people are counting 
■ on you to make the right choice. Turn to a loved 
one for advice If you need it 
LIBRA -Sept/23/Oct. 23 S 

Don't be fooled by an acquaintance's tall tale. If 
• something sounds too good to be true, it probably 
is. Remember that That special someone has a 
surprise for you late In the week. Enjoy! 
SCORPIO - Oct 24/Nov. 22 
Don't let your ego take control during a husiness 
meeting early in the week, Scorpio. Be proud of 
your accomplishments, but realize that you still 
have to work diligently. 
SAGITTARIUS - Nov. 23/Dec. 21 
Don't back down when on acquaintance chal- 
lenges you this week. You know that you are right, 
and you can prove it easily. A close friend turns to 
you for romanUc advice. 
CAPRICORN - Dec 22/Jan. 20 
While you want to advance your career, don't be 
too aggressive. That special someone needs to bor- 
row money. Do what you can for him or her. 
AQUARIUS-Jon.21/Feb.lB . 
Don't keep quiet when you know that an acquain- 
tance purposely has made a difficult situation 
worse. Cancer plays an important role in a roman- 
tic situation on Saturday. 
PISCES -Feb. 19/March 20 
Stand up for yourself when a co-worker makes 
accusations against you. If yod just explain yourself 
calmly, everyone will know that' you're telling the 
truth. 






Lake County's Finest 
Geraniums 

Great Choice of Color in Bloom & 

Foliage 
Scented Also 





• Vegetable Plants 

•Hot & Sweet Peppers \ 

• Oriental Vegetables 

• Long Eggplant 

• Bitter Melon 
•Tomatoes of all sizes 

Beefsteak to Grape and Italian 



1720 Green Bay Rd. • North Chicago 
ton Greenbay Rd. between 120 and 137) 

(847) 689-3222 (K^SISSS 

® A Reflfslofod Tradomarit ol Florists* Trona world Doll very, Inc. • tu A Trademark of Florist*' Tronaworld Dollvory, Inc. 

© 'l 001 Florists' Tranawo rid Dolivoiy, I no," 





-*-*• — ..-•-* * - 



IW— BBiB*— JBBBBC 



May 30, 2003 



SPORTS 



Lakeland Newspapers / B1 5 




CLUBHOUSE TO OPEN 2003 

• Outings • Driving Range • Lessons 



Evergreen 

Golf Club 



WEEKDAY BATES 

6 am - 6 pm • $26°° W/Cari 



N6246U.S. Hwy 12 

Elkhorn, Wl 53121 

CALL FOR TEE TIMES 

262-723-5722 



Lake Geneva, Wl 

262-248-4570 • 877-944-2462 
wvvvv.hillnioor.com 



CALL FOR TEE TIME RESERVATION] 
PGA PROFESSIONAL VINCE JUi 

(847) 395-301 

» N. Route 59*jLo#(feh, IL 6 

Phone:J8j?TC95-30Q4 

FMt#) 395-6912 



Tuesday Special: 

18 holes with cart & includes 
1 sleeve of golf balls. 
1 Tee off by noon • All ages welcome! 

Thursday Senior Special: 

• 18 holes with cart 
• Tee off by noon 
^« SO and older 



Mako On-LIno Tco Timos At: 

www.evergreengolf.com . 



$38 



• 18 holes • Par 72 - Excellent conditions • Golf range 

Target greens • PGA instruction * Complete pro shop 

• New 2000 sq. ft. deck - great food, great view 

• Banquet facilities "Outings welcome 



Wed. Seniors 



• -- *n— m 7 - .. . .- ■ 

Includes Golf & Cart 



Pl Tuesday 
Ladies Day 



Golf, Cart & Lunch 



Summer Midweek 

$29 Walk ■• $45 Ride 

Friday, Saturday & Sunday $54 Ride 



SprlngJFall Midweek 

$25 Walk • $39 Ride 

Friday, Saturday & Sunday , 
S35Walk<$49Rldo 



Located on Hwy 50, 1 mile west of Hwy 12, Lake Geneva, Wl 



OPEN 
TO THE 
PUBLIC 






WF' 






Bring, 
i this ad for a 
\\ FREEbucKet 
i of balls. 
!x * Limit 1 . 



■■--.■ 



— --■•'■ V — -"- 



1680I-75th St. (Hwy 50) 2 1/2 Miles West 
? of 1 94 on Hwy 50 •Bristol, AVI 

'M?h: 262-857-2302 • FAX: 262-857-2170 

• Competitive Rates 
Event Planning 
Weddings, Outings, Meetings & Seminars 
• Full Service Restaurant 1 1 am to 9pm 
* Special Pricing for Groups, Call For More Information 
Friday Night Fish Fry 



Kenosha Countif^ 
Welcomes You! 



Championship golf at reasonable prices. Special rales for seniors and non-residents. 



**V.LP. (Very Important Player) Cards** // 

Buy one card good for 10 rounds of golf at both Wl* 
^Petrifying Springs & Brighton Dale Links, 63 holes of golf- 
Enjoy 25% discount off regular prices! 

**VIP CARDS** "NON-RESIDENT SENIORS** 1 

9-hole weekday $10.50/round Age 62 and older, enjoy the same rates 

18-hole weekday $l8.00/round as Kenosha County residents. 

9-hole weekend . . , .$12.75/round Valid Mon. - Thur. ALL DAY 

18-hote weekend $22.50/round Fri. - Sun. & Holidays after 1pm 

Proof of senior status required 

**OUTJNG SPECIAL** at time of purchase 

Nobody does outings like we can! »*t\a/ii mwT patpq** 

Shotguns our specialty... Volume ' VY"- 1 ^" ■ nMI co 

discounts offered... Contact our Club Call the golf course clubhouse location 

Managers for more information: for more information regarding golf rates! 

Petrifying Springs j/^Pfe^ Brighton Dale Links 

^f'T 1 ^ ■ 262-552-9052 H 3S&g MM 262-878-1440 

&r is Holes. ■ I'r.iuiyt,! t l>y ;i ^■c— ^~^^r n I lulc-., "...3 >i;ir ;m - ;tnl winner, 

hKMilu.ikin.u I'liresi, Stink. 1 *.! jhe ^^q^WK^r [>l;iees to pl:iy" - t*«»U' DIjjeM 

*| K|V(iiVv'V«iiir>e'tn \Vi:«vi infill -^^^p^- Ji^i^tMn-nilsiiiU'-iniiiiiitMii'iinMiiwiih' 

Vour Place To Play is Only B Short Drtue flway! 



Visit our websile: www.co.kenosha.wi.us/publicworks/golf 



Spring Valley 
Country Club K^S 

$54.00 weekends 

262-862-2626 

23913 Wilmot Rd 
Salem, Wl 53168 
(Hwy. C U Rt 83) 

RESERVATIONS 
RECOMMENDED 



Memberships available 

• Senior rates weekdays 

• Practice tee & green 
NO CHARGE FOR; 

Permanent tee times 

• Carts not mandatory 
• Watered fairways 



& holidays after 
12:00 noon 
WITH THIS AD 
ONLY 

Not valid for leagues, 
tournaments or with 
- any other discount. 
Expires 10/31/03 

• Lunch served dally 

• Dinner served Fridays 
(Good Friday thru October) 

• Fish fry & specials 

• Full menu 

• Homemade salad bar 

• Children's menu 



Open All 
Year... . 
Weather 
Permitting! 



I 






9 Hole Rates Available! 



To Bcb The 
Rivermoor Challenge! 



A Tradition of Great 
'-. Golf Since 1929 

1 14 Beautiful Acres on the west Side of Waterford, Wl 



Tee Fore 
Two 

After 2pm Weds & . 

Tliurs. 

18 holes, 

cart & food 

& beverage 

credit $62 

Sat & Sun $60 

Reservations 

Required 

Enjoy Dining 



Twilite & 

Sunset 

Specials 

From 2pm 
With Special Rates 



at Rivermoor,.. 



Accommodating large parties, banquets, golf 

outings or any special get-together! 

(Up to 160 people) 

Wutch for ALL that Is NEW oiui SPECIAL al Mvermaar 



Senior 
Players 
Club !I;t 

$15 per round ; 
weekdays after 
12pm Sat., Sun. 

& holidays 

throughout the 

year. 62 & older 

S15 fee to 

register for 

Senior Players 

Club Photo I.D. 

special events & 

discounts 

announced 

during season. 



Itlietmoor 



ltwys 20 & 83 -West of Waterford 

Reservations: 262 -53'1 -2500 

Bus. Office: 262-534-2722 



'Not valid on tinlkliiys, for itruii}) <ti i< lii^s, luntjiti'.s or tiny oilier tliscmmls 



WMMMcMMMtvKMn 



nMoaai 



,.-..- ■ 



]■— I - ■' ■' 1 - - 



B 1 6 / Lakelaiul Newspapers 



SPORTS 



May 30, 2003 



Carmel boys track leads way to State finals 



By MIKE KRIZMAN 
Lakeland Correspondent 



Even though Carmel didn't win the 
Grayslake Track Sectional, they'll still he 
well represented when they travel to the 
campus of Eastern Illinois Tor (he state 
meet in Charleston. Preliminaries take 
place on Fri., May 30 while the finals Tor 
all events will be on Sat., May 31. 
, The Corsairs came five points short 
of sectional winner Zion- Benton, man- 
aging 75 points as a team. But head 
coach Jim Halford couldn't have been 
Happier with the results. 

"It was a great sectional," Halford 
said during the team's practice 
Tuesday afternoon. "The two-mile 
relay ran great, and even the relays that 
didn't make It like the -100 (they ran 
43.5) and the 800 (131.6.) ran well. The 
mile relay was phenomenal, and then 
lames (Looby) with the two hurdle 
races. We're very pleased." 

Looby missed most of the season 
with a hamstring injury, but managed 
to qualify in both the 1 10 hurdles (sec- " 
ond, 14.8) and the 300 low hurdles with 
a time of 39,7, also good enough for sec- 
ond. 

"For being hurt for six weeks, he 
(Looby) lias really come on," Halford 
said. "Thank goodness he's 




Antloch Community High School's Michael 
Perry competes in the 110-meter hurdles 
during the IHSA Boys Sectional Track Meet at 
Grayslake Community High School. Perry 
wound up winning the event. — Photo by 
Sandy Bressner 



Mundelein High School's Jake Gaebler goes 
airborne in the long jump competition during 
the IHSA Boys Sectional Track Meet at 
Grayslake Community High School.— Photo 
by Sandy Bressner 






■ . • » ■ . - . . 

Meet National Home 

Improvement Expert, 

WGN Radio Host and 

Ace's "Helpful Hardware Man" 

Lou Manfred! nil 

11 a.m. -3 p.m. Sunday June 1 

Ace Hardware Home Center 

ROUle 134 (West of Cedar Lake Rdj Round Lake 



• Home Improvement Questions 
Answered by the Expert 



• Lawn & Garden 

• Exterior Painting 
• Deck Staining 

• Electrical 

• Plumbing 
• Remodeling 

• Basic Home Maintenance 

-RAFFLE PRIZES- 





onjy a junior." 

Carmel's 1,600-meter relay team of 
Pat Kimener, jim Levasseur, Kevin Devitt 
and Rich Fugiel also qualified for state, 
as did the 3,200 relay team of Levasseur, 
Brian Wynn, Steve Dana and Fugiel. 
Kimener also qualified in the pole vault 
with a second place finish height of 12-0. 
Along with Carmel,. several other 
area high schools will be sending ath- . 
letcs • downstate this weekend. 
Mundelein's Matt Heber was the winner 
in the 110 hurdles, edging out Looby 
with a time of 14.6. 

"That was my first time running 
against (Looby all year," Heber said after 
the race. "I didn't really know what to 
expect from him. I heard his footsteps 
behind me." 

Heber will also compete at state 
against Looby next week in the 300 hur- 
dles, along with Antioch's Michael Perry 
and Grant's Eric Horvath, who finished 
first and second, respectively. 

Horvath, only a sophomore, was left 
nearly speechless after qualifying for a 
spot in the state meet. 

"Ever since the beginning of the year 
my coach has been telling me I could get 
this," Horvath said. " I've been trying so 
hard to get downstate. It's so over- 
whelming I can't believe it" 

Hunter Sheldon from Vernon Hills 

qualified in the 1,600, but this time he'll 

have some family company downstate 

after twin brother Cole won the 800 with a 

time of 1:58.4. 

"I've never ran that hard before. I really 
wanted it," Cole Sheldon said. "This is my first 
time going downstate. 1 can't believe it." 

Warren will send Mark Schneider down to 
the state meet after a second place finish in the 
000, as well as their 1,600 relay team, 
Liberty vi lie's Aric Braun made it with a first 
place finish in the pole vault, while Antioch will 
send its 3,200 relay team, discus winner Ryan 
Jordan and 1,600 run winner Andrew Napier. 

Round Lake's Jeremiah Edwards qualified 
in the high jump with a height of 6-8. 





Londono's Auto 

Complete Auto Repair 
' Foreign & Domestic 

(847)546-6777 

1 1 9 West Main St. 

(Route 134) 

-Round Lake Park, 11.60073. 

Appointments Recommended 






M& 






: COUPON 

iUbe, Oil, Filter; 

! Up to 5 Oj Oil 

i '",'-■ .-. 

■ 

j. Includes: Lube, 
[■'• Oil, Filter, labor, 
.Oil Disposal- 

I ;."•"! 

j •' ' No» good vMi ony other;- 
J offer. * Wen i* voTd on rnoii 
i ooa. E*pny. 7-3O03 ■'. 



r coupon" 

Transmission. 

Power 



Flusrv 



■■ 



Up to V4 Quarts ! 



of Oil 



13 I 

■yi'i 
•I 

, v 3! 



$120°o; 

Additives Included \ 



J t^gocdWiiKbryodier^! 
J i offer. *ftJas "a valid cjri piat . j 
■ , can. Expire* 7-30-03 ■■ . i 




421 W Rollins Road 
Round Lake, II 60073 

847-546-2512 

Go Karting 

miniature Golf 

Bowling 

and Much Much More,'.. 



BUY ONE OET ONE 

FREE 

ROUND OF MINI-GOLF OR 60-CART 
RIDE OR CAME OF BOWLING 



Stop In And See^Our New , 
Non-Smoking Party Room 

AVAILABLE FOR PARTIES 

Serving Lake County For 
Over 28 Years . 



May 30, 2003 



SPORTS 



Lakeland Newspapers/tH 7 



Area girls track raises the bar in Charleston 



The pole vault event is tough enough.. 

Hut Libertyville's Lizzy Proctor had made it look relatively easy in her four years competing for the Wildcats, 
Proctor made it three medals in three years at the Illinois High School Association State Finals for girl's track and field, 
ehld In Charleston over "the weekend. Proctor's leap of 11 -feet, 3-inchcs earned her a fifth-place medal. Geneva's Sarah 
Landau won the event with an 11-6. Two years ago, Proctor took seventh in the polke vault when it was first introduced as a 
girl's field event. She then backed that up with a fourth-place effort last spring. 

Neighboring Vernon Hills High School also had nice representation from Shcrlenia Green, a senior who qualified for 
the finals in two events: the long jump and thelOO-metcrdash. 

Green, headed to Southern Illinois University, was third in the long jump at.state last year. In Charleston this past week- 
end, she posted a best jump of 17-ffet, nine-and-three-fourths inches, almost a foot better than her efforts in the prelimi- 
naries. 

Green, the sectional champ in the 100 (12.20), finished ninth in that event with a 12.47. She was second in her heat in 
die prelims with a 12:26. 

Running mate, sophomore Tori Steinhaus, narrowly missed qualifying for the finals in the 100-meter high hurdles. In 
the prelims, she clocked in at 15.84 seconds. The 12th and final time making it to the finals was 15.24, 

Warren senior Dana Klemm made it to the finals of the discus, where she wound up I2th with a toss of 39 feet, three- 

and-one-fourth inches. Klemm made the finals 
by finishing eighth in the first of four preliminary 
flights. Klemm also qualified in the discus, but 
came up short in making it to the finals. She had 
a throw of 1 1 1 -feet, 1-inch to finish seventh in the 
prelims. The 12th and final spot was a 121-5. 

Teammate Nadine Panton, a two-time state 
qualifier, also missed the finals in the 200-meter 
dash. In the prelims, the senior finished fourth in 
the sixth and final beat with a 25.82. The cut-off 
for the top- 12 was 25.02. 

Running the third leg of the 1,600-meter relay, 
Panton joined forces with Ashley Bonds, Alicia 
Ivy and Asha Pumphrey to finish ninth in their 
heat with a time of 4:14.91, just missing the finals 
as the final time making it was 4:00.99. 

Mundclcin's Amesha Baker also just 
missed the finals in the 200, In the prelims, she 
finished sixth in her heat with a time of 26.67 sec- 
onds. 




®*m; 



\<<i* *&'*$*& ex 





Vernon Hills' Shertenia Green sprints to the finish line dur- 
ing the 100-meter dash at the girls state finals. Green 
wound up earning a ninth-place medal. — Photo by Steve 
Young 



Libertyville's Lizzy Proctor goes up and over during the pole 
vault event at the girls track and field state finals in 
Charleston. Proctor, a senior, took fifth place. It was the 
third consecutive year she has earned a medal at the state 

finals. — Photo by Steve Young 

i, id Bi 



Verrion|s 800 sprint medley relay was also competitive. The team of Jacqui Lefiler, Mryiali Landesman, Emilie Clark and 
Allison Kim ran a 1:55.38 to finish sixth in their Jieat. The cut-olTfor the lop- 12 was 1:49.94. The Cougars were third in that event at 
sectionals. 

The Cougar 400-meter relay team of Lefiler, Lisa Craver, Clark and Landesman also ran strong (53. 1 3) but missed the 
finals as the cut-off was 49.44 seconds. 

Carmel's 800-meter relay team.also had a strong showing, finishing seventh in the first of five heats. The team of Eileen 
Bader, Pili Slez, Kell Coleman and Keri Coleman, which finished second at sectionals, came in Willi a 1:47.84. 

Kcri Coleman also qualified for state in the 100. She posted a 12.90 in the prelims. The cut-off for the finals in the 100 was 
12:39. 

The Corsairs 400-meter relay team, which won the sectional title in 49,60, finished fifth in their preliminary heat. Again, 
the cut-off was 49.44. 

And, Corryn Bitto eanred a ticket to state in this, her senior campaign. The sectional champ in the discus. Bitlo finished 
12th in the prelims with a toss of 1 14-feel. The cut-off for the finals was 121-5. 




BELMONT STAKES 

TRACKSIDE 

WAUKEGAN OFF-TRACK BETTING 



630 S. GREEN BAY RD. 
847-336-1400 

EAT -DRINK 
BET THE HORSES 




WATCH AND WAGER ON 

THE BELMONT STAKES 

JUNE 7™. 2003 



DOORS OPEN AT 8:00AM 



J 




RENWOOD 

GOLF COURSE! 

2 fori 

Tee Times ONLINE at 
www.RenwoodGolf.com 

Good Monday-Thursday anytime 
& Saturday after 1:00pm 

Great Golf, Great Price! 

1 * 

Rated ttoYftft 
by Chicagoland Golf 

Not valid for outings, leagues, holidays or special events. 
Reservation required for coupons. Must present this coupon, expires 7-30-03 



Lessons • Range • New Clubhouse! 



701 Shorewood Road, Round Lake Beach 

847-231-4711 

A facility of the Round Lake Area Park District 



. 



—*: ; MMMB --.• MHMMB ■..-- i... 



~***¥***il-rr t ~-""'"' '".'tT' 

|L ■ II II ^ ■! 






B 1 8 / Lakeland Nvu'simim 



rs 



SPORTS 



May 30, 2003 



Lady HoopStars off to fast start 




The Northern Lake County Lady HoopStars had a strong start to the 2003 sum- 
mer season by going undefeated to capture the Kenosha AYBT Tournament. The 
Lady HoopStars Include, back row, from left, Coach Terry, Coach Joe Shepherd, 
Erin Norwood, Kelly Dones, Erin Claxton, Sara Boothe and Head Coach Paul 
Claxton. Front row, from left, includes, Shana Shepherd, Rachel Gulp, Meghan 
Slack, Joree Green and Haley" Glynn. 



The Northern Lake Country lady 
HoopStars seventh-grade basketball 
team started (he 2003 summer season In con- 
vincing fashion by going undefeated in the 
Kenosha AYBT Tournament. In four games, 
the Lady HoopStars went 4-0 while outscoring 
their opponents 195-46. 

Leading the Lady HoopStars in scoring 
was point-guard Shana Shepherd with 43 
points and 22 steals over tiie four games. 
Dominating the paint was team newcomer, 
Sara Boothe with 35 points and 26 rebounds 
and 7 blocks. Defensively, the Lady HoopStars 
owned the boards, averaging 33 rebounds a 
game. The defensive post team of Erin Claxton 
(19 rebounds), Meghan Slack (seven 
rebounds), Haley Glynn (22 rebounds) and 
Kelly Dones (12 rebounds) let little slip by for 
opponents. The guards gave the middle a rest 
by stealing the ball an average of 10 times per 
game. Another great addition to the Lady 
HoopStars, Erin Norwood, contributed six 
steals while Lory Shaw, Rachel Culp, and Joree 
Green each added 4. 



The HoopStars also got good experience 
while competing in a tournament in Salem, 
Wis. where they played both seventh- 'and- 
eighth-grade squads. Overall, the team did 
well winning in posting a 4-3 record. 

Defensively, Boothe finished with 69 
boards over the seven-game event. Storming 
in from the sides to grab a few were Shana 
Shepherd (27), Erin Norwood (22) and Erin 
Claxton (20). Meghan Slack was able to grab 
six steals, while Kelly Dones added four. Up 
top, Rachel Culp was directing traffic to the 
tunc of nine assists. Speed and aggressive pur- 
suit to the ball yielded eight steals for Joree 
Green and six for Hayley Glynn. 

The Northern Lake County HoopStars pro- 
gram is a traveling basketball program for boys 
and girts In grades 4-8. They are based in located 
in Gumee. The Lady HoopStars are In their sec- 
ond year as a team and compete at the seventh- 
grade level. Paul Claxton coaches the team. Joe 
Shepherd and Terry Culp are the assistants. 
Gene Woltjer is the Northern;. Lake County 
HoopStars founder and program administrator. 




Antioch 

Town Square Plaza 

847-395-6695 

1134 S. Main St. 

Round Lake Beach 

Mallard Creek Plaza 

847-740-8855 
708 E. Rollins Rd. 

Both Salons Open 7 Days A Week 

Most salons independently owned and operated. ©2002 FS 

Concepts, Inc. 

www.fantaslicsams.com 



VOIATO 




Service 



WE ARE PLEASED TO INTRODUCE EXPRESS SERVICE 

OFFERING EIGHT MAINTENANCE SERVICES 

WITH NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY. 



Eight convenient services: 

• tire replacement, balancing and rotation 

• lube, oil & filter • exterior lighting replacement 

• brake service • wiper blades 
-•batteries • pollen filters 

• exhaust systems 



LUBE, OIL & FILTER 
CHANGE SPECIAL 



Includes: 



Whlle-you-wait service. 
Convenient hours. ■ 
Courteous, personalized treatment, 
i Volvo-trained technicians. 

■ 

1 Genuine Volvo parts installed. 



i 
i 
i 
i 

i 
i 
i 
i 
i 
i 

L 



$ 



31.95 

WW? Coupon Plus Tax 



. . ' Coupon Expire*: 6-8-03 

Must.pmcnt coupon when order it written. 

Volvos only. 

Not valid with any other offer. 

Valid only at Fields Volvo 



DONT CALL, JUST COME. 

Fields 

VOLVO 



1121 S. Milwaukee Avenue 
Libertyville, IL 60048 

Tel: 847-362-9200 
Fax: 847-918-7222 
www.fieldsauto.com 



SERUICE 8c PARTS DEPT. HOUR 

Monday - Friday 
8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. 

Saturday. 
. 9:00a.m. to 4:00 p.m- 



12 



V/SA 



VOLVO 

GENUINE-PARTS 

Nef&iftf Cm Affect 7fem." 





There's only one Curves, 

Just ask our members. Curves offers a proven 30-minutc workout, 
commonsensc weight loss and the support you need to do both. 



Join Now 

50%* OFF Service Fee 

Jf. \J / \J V-/X M. ait 1 or axioms 



h 



ALL LOCATIONS 




' 



TM 



The power to amaze yourself. 

Grayslake Mundelein/Vernon Hills Libertyville 
543-9922 247-9922 367-5577 

Gu'rnee Lindenhurst Waukegan 

265-7176 623-8045 

Round Lake Beach South Waukegan 
740-8414 775-1120 



244-6979 

Long' Lake 

740-6550 



www.curvesforwonien.coni . 

'Offer based on first visit enrollment, minimum 12 nio.c.d. program. 



csas 



May 30, 2003 



SPORTS 



Lakeland Newspapers! B 1 9 



New year at Wilmot off to fast start 



The following night, visiting modified 
pilot Jason Zdroik of Dig Bend did not lake 
long to get accustomed to the new Local 
Motion Entertainment's Wilmot Speedway 
one-third mile clay oval configuration. In 
Zdroik's first time ever at the facility, he scored 
an impressive victory in the 40-lap modified 
feature in the First Annual Modified Open. 

Tony Schlci of Zion captured the 12-lap 
hobby stock feature in a return to the track' 
where he captured the track championship in 
the division two seasons ago, 

• "This was a fun place," said Zdroikin vic- 
tory lane. "I didn't really want to see those 
yellows towards the end, but it turned out 
okay." 

Zdroik took the lead with 10 laps remain- 
ing as he overpowered Rob Olson. A couple 
of late race cautions with less than six laps to 
go kept closing up the Held. On one restart, 
the pack actually got five wide as it roared 
into the first turn on the newly configured 
high bank. 

Zdroik was up "to the challenge after start- 
ing seventh in the 20-car feature field. 

Mike Sand holm took the Initial lead. 
Olson shot to the Inside down the front 
straightaway on lap six to take the point with 
Zdroik, Lee Tibbilts and Ed Devall In tow. 

Olson got a little out of shape coming out 
of turn four, allowing Zdroik the opportunity 
to work into the lead and go on to the win. 

Devall came on to finish second. Tibbitts 
had a strong showing in third. Chuck 
Oslergaard was fourth. Scott Kuxhouse came 
back from a flat tire during the wanfng laps to 
finish fifth. 

Modified, although unsanctioned by 
IMCA, ran under similar rules. Modified heat 
race winners were Ostergaard, who later wan 
the "Dash for Cash;" Jason Zdroik, Kuxhouse 
and Jim Morrison.' 

"This was fun," said Schlel after his win in 



the hobby stock feature. "This Is a new car and 
I've been running for IMCA points, but saw 
there was a race back at Wilmot and decided 
to come out and sec the new track. It worked 
out great. I hope to come back whenever I 
can." 

William Grolcau in an El Camlno took the 
early lead in the hobby stock feature. Jfm 
Scanlon challenged briefly before Schlei 
worked his way up from the back of the field at 
the midway point in the non-stop main. At the 
checkered flag it was Schlei, Grolcau, John 
Simons, Scanlon and John Robinson in the 
top five. WHmot Speedway continues its 2003 
season on Sat., May 31, with 410 outlaw- 
winged, sprints, IMCA modlftcds and hobby 
stocks, This is the 52nd consecutive year the 
facility, located on the Kenosha County 
Fairgrounds, has operated. But is the, first 
under new promoters Local Motion 
Entertainment, Inc. Grandstands open at 5 
p.m. with the first race scheduled for 7 p.m. 

For latest Information contact the 24-hour 
race line at 262-862-2446 or the web site at 
www.wltmotspecdway.com.— MikeBabicz 
Results 

Modified Open 
40-lap feature 

1. Jason Zdroik, Big Bend; 2. Ed 
Devall, Waukegan; 3, Lee Tibbitts, Hebron; 4. 
Chuck Ostergaard, Wildwood; 5. Scott 
Kuxhouse, Antioch; 6. Rob Olson, Lake Villa; 7. 
'Jim Morrison, Antioch; 8. Mike Bodendorfer, 
Waterford, Wis.; 9. Dave Hochschild, 
Muskego, Wis.; 10. John Dost, Antioch; 11. 
Mike Conn, Big Bend, Wis. 
Hobby stocks 

12-lap feature 

1. Tony Schlei, Zion; 2. William 
Grolcau, South Beloit, III.; 3. John Simons, 
Chicago; 4'. Jim Scanlon, Pleasant Prairie; 5. 
John Robinson, South Bclbit; 6. Ken Netzel, 
Bristol.. 



Auto Loans 



^ 




rates as low as 



"fri3l#APR* 



New, Used or Refinanced' 









Lower yotir rate by up tp.3% and save hundreds of dollars! 




Term of Loan 



48 months 



** 



60 months 



** 



j-T 



Loan Amount 
$10,000 



$15,000 



$20,000 



$666 

$845 



.-.4Mn*|W> 



^^rr^** 



$999 
$1,267 



uousavc 
$1,332 

$1,690 



'^"•••"-' 



r^^^"^ - .-if^r?^*'^ 






Find out whaVs new at the box office 




Open to the public 

31 13 N.Lewis Ave., Waukegan 
(located next to Hollywood Video) 

Call Doug Andre at 

847-244-8843 




mm 



a 




Heritage 

[credit union 



Sl»€i*€uuXmp cffo&4£. 




f 



Students may apply online 
at www. clcillinois.edu 

Summer Session at CLC 

• Small Classes . 

• Caring Faculty 

• Affordable Tuition 

• Credits Thar Transfer 

Registration is 
now underway. 




Puzzled about paying 
for college? 

Try the CLC Solution. 



If your son or daughter is attending a four-year college or university; you 
know all about the rising cost of tuition. The good news is that CLC's summer 
session can give you some welcome relief. 

At CLC this summer, your son or daughter can earn credits that will easily 
transfer to a four-year college or university. And if you have a graduating high 
school senior; he or she can get a jump-start on college by enrolling for CLC's 
summer session. 

CLC classes are small in size and taught by caring faculty who are focused on 
giving students personal attention. Glasses are offered at convenient locations 
in Grayslake; Vernon Hills and Waukegan, and day, evening, weekend and 
online options are available. 

Summer session begins June 9. 

Call (847) C-O-L-L-E-G-E for information about 
enrolling at CLC. 

College of Lake County 



35- 



Grayslake 



Lakeshbre Southlake 



t 

i n « 



t « r. 



• •*nM«- »»—•*. 



SMS 



■ ..:- ' -i 



B20 /'Lakrittntl SptvfwihW 



SPORTS 



May 30, 2003 






Carmel volleyball winning easy as 1-2-5 



By MIKE KRIZMAN 
Lakeland Correspondent 



Cnrnu'l InisiVt si'i'n ninny iUi-^nrni' vvitV 
iH'is in (lu'ir lttnn athletic history. IUk one 
team is rewriting; ihiii history. 

I hi- IHHKt version i>l" the lansairs* hoy's vol- 
leyball team keeps chugging; along niul seumj* 
milestones in the process. The team suiptissod 



:U) wins iliis season, most in* tiny Gomel volley- 
ball team, hut .the lisi of accomplishments keeps 
growing. The Corsairs' record stood at 32-1 as of 
Wednesday, ineliiiling an Mast Suburban 
Conference clinching win against Marist. 

There are several keys to having a success- 
ful season, and according to' senior Danny 
Hryani, ihe Corsairs follow every one of them. 

"l-'irst. we have teamwork," Hryant said. 



Mustangs gallop to title 




The Northern Lake County MoopStar 
Mustang sixth-grade hoys travel basketball 
team compiled a 5-0 record at the Ninth 
Annual Curtis Hawkins Memorial tournament 
held in Trevor. Wis. The HoopStars Mustangs 
dominated lite competition, which included 
victories over the Winning Edge; Hucine l-'lyers, 
losing Stars Blue mid White teams, and the 
itoail Warriors. The Warriors outscoring their 
opponents by a margin of 275-155, 

fhe Mustangs were led by small forward 
Hrandon Paul with 711 points, 3B rebounds, 
and 11 steals over the live games. Center 
lames Poliquin had li-1 points. 37 rebounds 
unci eight steals, l-orward Chandler Watson 
added 29 points, 27 rebounds and six steals. 



The Northern Lake 
County Mustang sixth- 
grade boy's basketball 
team won the title In the 
Ninth Annual Curtis 
Hawkins Memorial tour- 
nament' The Mustangs 
include, front row, from 
left, Chad Clausen, 
Taylor Furmanski, David 
Duncan and Michael 
Broioucs. Second row, 
from left, includes John 
Androus, Chandler 

Watson, James Poliquin, 
Jake Anderson and 
Brandon Paul. Not pic- 
tured—Patrick Moran. 

Other key contributors were forward Jake 
Anderson (31 points, 22 rebounds), shooting 
guard Michael Brocious (20 points) and point- 
guard Chad Clausen (21 points, 10 steals} 
added to a balanced Mustangs attack. 

'Ihe HoopStars averaged 55 points, 33 
rebounds and 12 stents per game. Additional 
team members providing strong support off 
the bench were Taylor Furmanski, David 
Duncan, and John Androus. The team also 
includes Patrick Moran, who did not play. 

The team, representing players from 
Gurnets Grayslake, and. Lindcnhurst, is 
coached by Lynda Paul. They will participate 
in an AVIlt 'For die Game' tournament May 
31 -June 1 in Milwaukee. 



"On the court, we're best friends and off the 
court we're best Trieiuls. 

"Secondly is our defense," Hryant contin- 
ued. "Mike Morici and Matt Zwolskl are the 
human floor burns. And third is our blocking. 
Our blockers make my job so much easier." 

* Hryant said that the team's go-getter atti- 
tude has been a major part of the team's suc- 
cess so far this season. Tt as that attitude that 
won Carmel their first conference title in the 
school's volleyball history. 

"I'm still in shock, but I'm not surprised 
we won conference," Hryant said. "Winning 
conference was one of our goals and I can't 
believe we finally accomplished it." 

The team's 15-12, 15-5 win over Marist 
was also special for head conch Jon Baffico. 

"Heating a team like Mnrist on our liome 
court was just great," Baffico snid. "We gnined 
a lot of confidence by beating them at their 
place during the regular season." 

However, one thing Baffico would tike to 



see an improvement on is the team's start to 
their games. 

Carmel eventually defeated Mundelein* 
15-6, 15-1 behind Bryant's U kills on "15-of-1«" 
hitting. But Mundelein hung around for part 
of Game I, holding their last lead at 6-5. 

But the game didn't start until H:30 p.m. 
and Baffico felt the late start iind something to 
do with the slow beginning. 

"We've had a problem nil year with how 
we start the game," Baffico said after the 
team's win over Mundelein. "I think the 
long delay In between [regional! games had 
something to do with it though. Starting 
this late is unusual for both teams! Once we 
get through our early game jitters, we do 
fine." 

While the Corsairs have accomplished 
many feats this year, Baffico and Co. doesn't 
want to stop now. 

"1 hope we continue achieving the goals 
we set for ourselves," he said. 



GAS SERVICE 

INDUSTRIAL'RESIDENTIAL 
GSMPERS * AGRICULTURE 

WE CARRY PROPANE FOR GAS 
GRILLS AND CAMPING 



$ 2.°° OFF 

201b. Propane 
Gas Tank Refill 



c 



u 

8 

/J NOT IttllD ON PREVIOUS PURCHASEl DR WITH OTHER Of f EH 



I 
I 
I 
I 
I 

; 

i 

i 

i 
i 
i 
i 
i 
i 
i 



r 1 

i 

i 

i 

i 

i 

i 

i 

i 



fMmentals 



are, Inc. 



i 
i 
i 
I 
i 
I 
i 
i 



j 24 Hour Phone Seruice 847-546-8621 j 

j207MiiiiS*i^?34JtarfkfeM/L 600/3 1 
Hours: M-F SnmSpw, Sal. 8(im-5pm 

i 
i 
i 
i 
i 
i 
i 



Reserve Your Moonwalk 
for Summer Fun 

no. OFF 

With This Coupon 




S RENTALS 

COMPRESSORS 



I 



GENERATORS 



. COMPACTION EQUIPMENT 

" NAILERS 
> l AND MORE,.. 

I 
I 
I 
I 
I 



SALES 

SAFETY EQUIPMENT 

WIRE MESH 

BROOMS 

SHOVELS 

AND MORE... 



Call 847-740-8800 

325 W. Belvhiere Rd„ 

Round Lake Palki IL 60073 



I 
I 
I 
I 
1 
Vli. 
I 
I 
I 

— ■-, 






i 



*W i 









I 



A- \-r A.m\—ri 



Count on it. 




Dad's Dream In Red. 

Four Wheels, A Motor; and It's a Toro. Dad Will love It! rwf^i 

SIMPLY THE BEST...ACCORDING TO 97% OF CURRENT OWNERS.* 

With the Personal Pace® Self-Propel System, you can just place your hands on the handle and go. it auto 7 

matically adjusts to your pace, so you can mow at whatever pace you want to go. Just another 

example of legendary Toro technology. Test-drive one at your Toro dealer today. 

BETTER v—v REST TOP OF THE LINE 



All Wheel Horse© 



Time Cutter" 1 Rider Tractors 

No Interest No Payment Until 

Januaryjjoojm 

Lawnmowers 90 Days 
Same as Cash 




Wflrranty...Slmp!y, If 

Anything Goes Wrong With 

A Super Recycle i* We FIx^ 

ItForFREEl" 






Toro 1 Recycled Self-Propel, 
High Wheel Mower 

• Variably speed front wheel drive to 3.1 uipli. 

• ft.S iipTuni fi'i'S engine juiuranieed-iu- 
start (in the llrM or second pull for 3 years or 
Tom li.\es it rkl-l:.*' * 

• Sew Keeyelereulting \vslem wiih'Aloiiiie 

. likn.li'. mulches lmiiv. lor a beautiful. Iieatlhy Un\\\, 

• Hag included 

• 3-year l : l,'l.l. warrant}." " 

'Price r.ui jjuci to local doalerr option * 



Toro ' Recycled Personal Pace' ; 
Mower with Turn-Key Electric Start 

• Personal Pace Seil-l'riipcl .System puts you in bout nil. 

• (V.5 lip Timi (ITS engine gunryiiieed-lo-suirt on ihe first 
or second pull for 3 years or Toro fixes it FUEl:.* * 

• New Keeyeler cuninu system with Atomic' Made, 
iiitilclici jfriss for a k\miiltil, licallliy lawn. 

• Hag included. 

• Toro iTuni-key lileciiie Stail-jusi turn the key and mow! 

• 3-year IL'IJ. warranty.* * 

rSoo donlor lor details t According to a 1999 Consumer Survey 



Toro" Super Recycled Mower 



• Personal Pace* Self-Propel System puts you 
in control. 

• 6.5 lip Toro GTS" engine guunmleed-to-stari 
on the first or second pull for 5 years or Toro 
fixes it l'KKE.* + 

• Patented Super Iteeyder* eliding system 
mulches for a healthy and beautiful lawn. 

• Hag included, 

'"To qualiliocJ buyers WWW.torQ.com 



Introducing the TORO® 
TIMECUTTER" 14-38Z 

It's the must maiieuvenible riding, mower ever It's 
lite best way to nuike easy work of your lawn. Test- 
drive one at your Toro dealer today. 

• i-1 hp UriggsK Sii-.itttin© 01 IV engine 

• Zero turning nulius drive system 

• 1 gallon gas tank 

• 3K" mowing deck standard 

• -i 2" blade & rear bagger optional 

• 2 year full \Viirnmty^* 



•ANTiOCH- 

ANT10CH SMALL 
KNGINIvRKPAIR 

AiesMt i'lrt) \\:\ 

I Mih; Sunlit ifj'ltii.. 17K 

847-395-2261 



GRAYSLAKE 

GRAYSLAKE LAWN & 

ri;i:i)SALKS,iNC. 

Ouldintr I'nui'r h|iiipiiii'ii1 
Hi. I2U \ SIiism'i Si. 

847-223-6333 



•GURNEE* 

McCLURES GARAGE 
SALES & SERVICE 

4-lOilCnJiHlAyi'. 

847-662-1050 



•LAKE BLUFF* 

GREG'S LAWNMOWER 

Anil Small Liigiin*. lU'pair 
70 1 HiMkl'iiiid IttKid (HI. !7(i) 



847-295-3080 



A 



SERVICING 
DEALERS OFFER: 

■ I'rofvsjtoriai Service & Si'tup 

• Fuclury'iruliied Mecliuiilci 

•'Genuine Itvpbcciiicnl I'urti 

• Yeurs of K\|)erii<iice tu Su^nl 

'tiie Itijiht Muili'l Ffir.YuurVunl 



i i.i .Hi u eur r^**"""" fi — K - Jti -— IL ' ; -'' " ff 



"■. 



May 30, 2003 



SPORTS 



Lakeland Newspapers / B21 



_ 



@flflP€T 



ft Spring Savings 

ft ~~ ~ 



Mention This Ad & 
Gel A Discount 



A Full Line Floor Covering Store. 

www.the<arpet<orner.<om 

907 Diamond Lake Road 

Mundelein, IL 60060. 

847-566-5990 :1 
Hrs. M-F 9-5:30/Sat. 10-4 
Sun. Closed 



-r ■ ■ 




. . wotBttiscKica90.com t 

Catering, Bankets, Delivery & Morel 
For fait HOT doLivertf ancj taHeoi\t calU 

i 847-58PIZZA 

Delivery and C'orryotit til lam Vri & Sot 



^ FMEDIMVERY 

•»tru i'r/./.\ wilh onv order MO or more 1 

■-■'- i 




?^j^i?i;tft-<^>; -■■• • warm^^g^r^-tv 



OMt CCHIPO.I PfHCU*FOM«B* 

HUH MCKIIOM COUrOII WHlM<mDl*MHO 

HOI VALID WIIM AMV OtHtH Ofll ■ • [HP. »/J I /Ol j»* 



wr »rtcpl r»mp<(linr«' rimnflii* 



2 W. Graiirf, Fo* Irtfce 
(847) 973-9100 

Enjoy the Game 

IwiTH A ROSATl'S PlZZA 

We Deuver! 



Meal Deal 

Urge Thin Crust Piua $ 15-95 
With 2 IngmfTents, 
2 LHer Pop PLUS FREE DELIVERY! 

Pen uo w miw^y On* coupon pwonfcr. NawMwffi 
I Mi«ln^ioncra*«w«woid««ig.Qoo<liJftlu™il.»ii 
LaM LDUIem t>c«rM t-ll-03 




: -,^i".^ .;•_■ j 



it I Xv 



Hinckley 



Sign Up 

For Home 

Delivery 

NOW 



i? ■; 



And Get Three 

5-Gallon Bottles Plus A 

Case of Half-Liter 

"GO" Bottles FREE 

CALL 1-800-444-PURE 

(7873) 

2003 SWO. OH« good hx new reril*l cu»Iom«f* only M*wnum 

purchau isqurtd. dferum rwlneton* *pfl(y Subjeci io Cf«H ap(xov»l. 

Hnlundabte botlle depoM and iennce so/o«m«ol required 

Not Io be combined with any othe< offer. 




NEWSPAPERS 



E RUN 




■ 

;■■ ■■ 



»***: "■■ r ~*" 



KOSGO FLAGS 



S FLAG POLES 




;- ■■ 



Bannered 





Wiiidsocks 









,'- 







1224 North Ave. • Waukegan 
(847)623-1721 

www.kllag.com 



ENTRIES MUST BE POSTMARKED BY MAY 3 1 ST 



Fresh off the heals of Lakeland's Fantasy Football monthly 
contest, we are proud to introduce Home Run Derby. 

Each Month May through September, you pick a new team 
and the reader who's six players (combined) hit the most 
home runs THAT MONTH ONLY wins $100 from Lakeland 
Newspapers. 

Enter a new team each month (but only one per person). Look 
at their schedule before you guess... 

This month we are collecting entries up until May 31st for the 
June contest. - ■ 




Center n 



Have All Your Needs g] 
For All Your sports § 

• Bats & Gloves 9 
Spikes § 

• Jerseys @ 

927 Main Street, Antioch ©I 

847-395-6216 §| 

m 



■ V Hiwrutum 
llllliunli.il I'll. Sl.nf. 



Leagued 

— A i\ A GUARANTEED 

$5jjUU ROLL-OFF 

' QM.Y »0 A WEEK O SHORT WEEKS 

UONUBiPAT ANCkTM »» P1B WE£K AND 

ncczjvc a two cnuxf w tic pjkj shop 









MONDAY 7:00 PM 
PARENT, CHILD 

WEDNESDAY 7:30 PM 
MEN. WOMEN. MIXED 

FRIDAY 7:30 PM 
MEN, WOMEN, MIXED 



TUESDAY 730 PM ,. 
MEN.WOMEN 

THURSDAY 730 PM 

MEN. WOMEN, MIXED 

SUNDAY 730 PM 
MEN. WOMEN, MIXED 



LAKES BOWL 

001 flallroad Ave, Hound Lake "Located On fit, 134 

CALL 847-546-2776 

Or sign up ovar th« wab O LAKESOOWL.COM 



"" '■'--- -■'•"■■■•' ^fl§ 



LOOK FOR 



t .,.-,\-<ty'. 



Name 



Address 




IE RUN 



-)- 



FURNITURE 



Outtet . 



1020 Rollins Rd. 
Round Lake, IL 

847-546-7787 



. Making 
Room 
for our 
NEW 

Merchandise 



Phone: ( 

MAILTO: HOME RUN DERBY. 30 S. WHITNEY, GRAYSLAKE, IL 60030 



PICK ONE FROM EACH GROUP 



ONLY HOME RUNS HIT IN JUNE COUNT 



Marnier jourim 

EVERY 
MONDAY 

■ "W-W* jJl limits c**?**i J —*- t v 

I im-n hwl f^w ■ J 4 till ■ »ii i ' 

luiaRKefJouRnaL 



GROUP I 

I.ALEX RODRIGUEZ 

2.JIMTHOME 

3.SAMMYSOSA 

4. BARRY BONDS 

5. RAF. PALMERIO 



mnow 



We 



Pitt) I 



UpTolSOOOFF 




GROUP III 

I.MAGS ORDONEZ 

2. P. BURRELL 

3. BRIAN GILES ; , 
4.JEFFKENT 
S.ANDREW JONES 



(PICK ONE) 



GROUP II 

I.LANCEBERKMAN 
2. SHAWN GREEN 
3. JASON GIAMBI 

4. VLAD. GUERRERO 

5. A. SORIANO 



(PICK ONE) 



*f„ 



i r '«M 









GROUP V 

I.FREDMCGRIFF 

2. PAUL KONERKO 

3, FRANKTHOMA§ 
4.MARKBELHORN 
S.CARLOS LEE 



(PICK ONE) 



GROUP IV 

I.ANDREW PUJOLS 

2. CARLOS DELGADO 

3. MIKE PIAZZA 

4. MANNY RAMIREZ 

5. ELLIS BURKS 



(PICK ONE) 



( 



K;i 



■V-;s 



Receive 
50 yards j 
of carpet ! 
for 

! $799 

Includes [ 
j pad& 
1 labor 



VVe feature the 
finest quality 

■ gvailoblc^ you CAN AFFORD 



AM 

;hop at ho "ia! 



FRANK'S FLOORS 

004 Cedar Loko Road • Round Lake Beach 



GROUP VI 

I.JOE CREDE 

2. ROBIN VENTURA 

3. RICHIE SEXTON " 
4.TROY GLAUS 

5. NOMAR GARCIAPARRA 



(PICK ONE) 






1 -i V& ri.ri ki*j:\.i» lr J ^B^fc ta ,1 '!Tl 






$»<> 



'; l" ; ,. 



a WRITE IN SOMEONE NOT LISTED ABOVlv A_ 

VV PLAYER ______ -TEAM _ __ J^ 






^^^^^^^ffig ^^ S ■ S - '■•■ ~~ 



>-C-"-l ; - 



£^S^™Wl 



?ff?s^^ 



^???^^^??^ _: ^C7. : :_. ■_ "1. . ^m^Ji 



mmmSmmhIHJHmhmm 



• ^ f* fcffl ff98Fr r K ? ,^ v ! T T y* t ^^^M^u**^ wsw chBB 



& 



B22 / Lakeland Newspapers 



OBITUARIES 



May 30, 2003 




Mary Stenson 

Age DO, of Gurnee passed away Monday, May 12, 2003 nt her resilience. 
Horn, Auu,. 9, 1912 In Cuslnrd, Midi, lo the IntcThomns nnd Bridget O'Farrell. 
Mary worked as a professional chef at Northwestern University. 

She is survived by her loving children, Constance (Frank) Sorn of- 
Wmikegnn, Josephine (Joseph) Grund ofFlurlda, Edward (Faith) Stenson of 
Hickory Hills, Thomas (Mary Beth) Stenson of Plainfield, Jolm (Donna) 
Stenson of Cicero; Ml grandchildren, 22 great-grandchildren, sewn great- 
great-grandchildren and her sisters. In addition lo her parents, Mary is pre- 
ceded In death by her husband, Thomas In 1963; her son. Patrick In 1987 and 
two brothers. 

Mass of the Resurrection will be celebrated at 1 1 a.m. on Saturday, May 31 
at Mary Queen of 1 leaven Church, 5400 VV. 24 ln St., Cicero. Inurnment will be 
privately held at St. Mary Cemetery in Evergreen Park. Memorial contribu- 
tions may be made to the charily of choice. Arrangements were handled by 
die Strang Funeral Chapel and Crematorium Ltd., In Grayslake.. 

Neal T. Landry Sr. 

Age 65 of Antioch, passed away unexpectedly Wednesday, May 
21, 2003 at Northern Illinois Medical Center In McHenry. He was 
born In New Orleans, La., the son of Bernard and Alma Landry. He 
served In the U.S. Navy . On Sept. 7, 1984, he married Sherry 
(Feutner) Barker In New Orleans, La. 

Survivors Include his wife, Sherry; two sons, Henry "Buzzy) (B.J.) Landry 
ofSIIdell, La. And Neal Landry Jr. orCarol Stream; one daughter, Kim (Curtis) 
Brown or KeniiL'saw, Ga. and a step-daughter, Kimberlee (Marc) Moshcr of 
Oak Park; eight grandchildren and one brother. In addition to his parents, he 
Is preceded in death by three brothers and one sister. 

Visitation was held from noon-3 p.m., May 24 at Strang Funeral Home of 
Antluch. Funeral services and Interment was private. 

Sidney A. Hick 

Age H'J of Ubertyville. passed away Tuesday, May 20, 2003 at the Condell 
Medical Center in l.iberiyville. Before his retirement, he owned and operated 
Sid's Super Service in Libenyvllle. 

Surviving are his wife, Laura (nee Kuestcr); son, Wayne (Carol) Kick of 
Ubertyville; two grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Also surviving 
are his brother and many nieces and nephews. He Is preceded In death by his 
parents. Arthur and Irene (nee Boobyer) Kick; his stepmother, Anna (Kunda) 
and brothers. 

Funeral service was held May 27 at the Burnett-Dane Funeral Home In 
Ubertyville. Interment followed at Lakeside Cemetery. Visitation was from 2- 
6 p.m. on May 25 at the funeral home. Memorial contributions can be made 
to the lakeside Cemetery Innovation Fund, P.O. Box. 500, Ubertyville, IL 
60040 

Eleanor A. Hopkins 

Age 87, died Tuesday, May 20. 2003 at Winchester House In Ubertyville. 
Bom in Chicago to Anton and Agnes (nee Sharflnskl) Husanowski, she later 
married Robert Hopkins. 

Survivors include her sister, Hosemaric (the late George) LeBeufof Round 
Like Beach; a brother, lack (the late Janet) Rusanowski of Florida; sister-in- 
law, Adete (the late Lawrence) of Santa le.NM; and many nieces and 
nephews. She is preceded in death by her parcntsjjior husband In 1992 and 
two brothers. 

Memorial services were private. Memorials would be appreciated by the 
family to the Alzheimer* Association, 4709 Golf lid., Skokle, 1LC0076. 




IVarindcrpal 'Rani* Sanglia 

Age 30, passed away Monday, May 19, 2003 in Vernon Hills. She was born 
July 1 1, 1972 In India. 

Survivors Include her parents, Gurdip and Balwinder Sanglia of Buffalo 
Grove; her daughter, Harleen; one brother, Jay (Harman) Sanglia of Rounds 
hike; one sister, a niece and a nephew. "«"** 

Funeral service was held May 22 at 10 a.m. at the Burnett-Dane Funeral 
Home In Ubertyville. 

Adeline Laura Sharp 

Age 63 of Gages hike, passed away on May 24, 2003 at her home. Shu was' 
horn in Hans and Laura ilahengberg and married lohn Ira Sharp on Jan. 1, 
1938. 

Into this loving union five sons were born, Daryl (Shirley) of Aurora, Leroy 
(Cathy) llogers of Minnesota, l-arry (Shirley) of Decorah, Iowa, Duane 
(Debbie) of Dewey, Oklu., and Kevin of Gages Uke. She Is also survived by 19 
grandchildren, 21 great-grandchildren; 10 brothers and sisters and many 
oilu-r relatives and friends. Addle is preceded in death by her husband, John; 
her parents Hans and Uiura; a granddaughter, Liiurl Ann; a brother and sis- 
ter*. 

Funeral service was held at 9 a.m., May 29 at St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran 
Church in Hound Luke with Rev. Robert Melselwitz officiating. Visitation of 
family and friends was from 5-11 p.m., May 28 at ihechurch. Interment was at 
Worlhinglon Cemetery in Worthlngton, Minn. Arrangements were handled 
. by Strang Funeral Chupel and Crematorium Ltd., In Grayslake. 



Haintlne) Wilcox; his daughter, Janice (Charles) Cochran or Alabama; his 
grandchildren; nieces and nephews. In addition to his parents, he Is preced- 
ed In death by his brother. 

Funeral service was held ut 10 a.m., May 28 at Strang Funeral Chapel and 
Crematorium Ud. In Grayslake, Interment was at 1 p.m., May 29 In Oakwood 
Cemetery In Macomb. Visitation was from 4-8 run., May 27 at the funeral 
chapel. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Condell Hospice, 1 1 1 W. 
Church St., Ubertyville, IL60048. 

Mildred A. Frcnz 

Age 77 of Round Lake Beach, died Friday, May 23, 2003 at Condell Medical 
Center In Ubertyville. She was born In Chtcago to Adolph and Hattle 
(Barbknclhi) Hoffmann. She had been employed at Grieve Corp. of Round 
Lake for many years. 

Survivors Include her brother, Charles (the late Viola) Hoffmann of 
Bloomlngdale; a nephew, Philip Hoffmann of Chtcago; and two stepdaugh- 
ters, Reglna and Monl. She is preceded In death by Iter parents, her husband, 
Arthur Frenz; a sister, Edna Hoffmann and a brother, Walter Hoffmann. 

Visitation was held from 10-11 a.m., May 27 at Justcns Round Lake 
Funeral Home. A funeral service was held at 1 1 a.m., May 27 at the funeral 
home, with the Rev. Usle KautTman officiating. Interment was In St. Luke 
Cemetery In Chicago. Memorials In her honor may be made to the donors 
favorite charity. 

James T. Parat 

Age 63 of Sc ha urn burg, passed away suddenly, Wednesday, May 
21, 2003 at his home. He was a 1957 graduate and lifetime alumni 
member ofLaneTech High School In Chicago and was a veteran of 
the ILS. Army. 

Surviving are his parents, Bcrnlcc and Henry SentowskJ of Grayslake; his 
brother, Ron (Ruth) Parat of Norridge: sister, Cathy (Andrew) Wilkinson of 
Loudon, Tenn., and many other friends and relatives. He Is preceded In death 
by his brother, Chct Parat and sister, Carol Morgan. 

Prayers were said at 11:15 a.m., May 29 at the Burnett- Dane Funeral 
Home In Ubertyville and services continued to St. Mary of the Annunciation 
Catholic Church in Fremont Center for a funeral mass at noon. Entombment 
followed at Ascension Cemetery In Ubertyville. Visitation was from 3-9 p.m., 
May 28 at the funeral home. Memorial contributions con be made toSt. Judo's 
Children's Research Hospital In Ills memory. . 

Donald R. Jacobs 

Age 60 of Green Oaks, passed away Saturday, May 24, 2003 at his. home, 
surrounded by his loving family. He was a 1961 graduate of Lane Tech High 
School In Chicago 

Surviving are his wife, Margaret "Peggy" Jacobs and sons, Douglas and 
Paul Jacobs, all of Green Oaks; his father, Kenneth Jacobs and sister, Kathy 
(Ed) Kubik, all of Park Ridge. He Is preceded In death by his mother, Ruth 
Jacobs. 

Funeral service was held at 10 a.m., May 28 at the Burnett-Dane Funeral 
Home In Ubertyville. Interment followed at Lakeside Cemetery. Visitation 
was from 4-9 p.m., May 27 at the funeral home. Memorial contributions can 
be made to the American Cancer Society In his memory. 

Georgette Bouland (nee Hromadka) 

Age 50 of Ubertyville, passed away Sunday, May 25, 2003 at the Condell 
Medical Center in Libenyvllle. She was a 1971 graduate of Ubertyville High 
School and had owned and operated several travel agencies. 

Surviving are her son, Shane Mucllcmann of Kenosha, Wis.; grandchil- 
dren; Jonathan and Sabrina; her mother. Patricia Thompson of Ubertyville; a 
sister, a half- brother and nieces. 

Funeral service was at 10 a,m., May 30 at the Burnett-Done Funeral 
Home, 120 W. Park Ave,, (Route 176) Ubertyville. Interment followed nt 
Lakeside Cemetery. Visitation was from 5-9 p.m., May 29. 




Ralpl 




1 1. Wilcox 

Age 73 uf Hound lake, passed away at his home on May 23, 2003. 
I le was horn In Chicago to the late Corine (nee Petersen) and Earl 
Wilcox. I le was a Korean War veteran. 

Ralph is survived by his loving wife of 47 years, Lorraine (nee 



Robert E. Sangstad 

Age 76 of Aiiligo, Wis., formerly of Antioch and Bristol, Wis., 
passed away Friday, May 23, 2003 at Langlade Memorial Hospital in 
Antlgo, Wis. He was born in LaCrosse, Wis., the son of (he late Eddie 
and Minnie (Olson) Sangstad. As a young U.S. Army draftee, he was 
stationed for a time in (he Panama Canal. On April 17, 1972 he married 
Donna Growncy In Chicago and she preceded him In death on Nov. 1G, 1994. 
Survivors Include his companion, Mildred Beanie of Antigo, Wis.; a broth- 
er, Theodore Saugstad of Marietta, Ga. and several nieces and a nephew. 

Graveside service was held at 10 a.m., May 27 at South Bristol Cemetery In 
Bristol Township, Wis. Visitation was held fram3-7 p.m., May 25 at the Strang 
Funeral fUjmc In Antioch. 

Jean II. Ramsey 

Age 76 of llound Lake Park, passed away Tuesday, May 20, 2003 at the 
Condell Medical Center In Ubertyville. She was a member of St. Joseph Parish 
in Round Lake. 

Surviving arc her husband, Jerry Ramsey; two daughters, Ann (Frank) 
Dvorak of Round Lake Beach and Rita (George) DiPrlma of Ubertyville; eight 
grandchildren; 17 great grandchildren and a sister. She Is preceded In death 
by her husband, Robert Ziegler, former Vernon Hills Fire and Police Chief In 
19G6; by o granddaughter and her parents, Tluirmau and Nellie Sackett. 

Prayers were said at 9:30 a.m.. May 23 at the Burnett-Dane Funeral Home 
in Ubertyville and services continued to St. Joseph Church In Ubertyville for 
a funeral moss at 10 a.m.. Interment followed al Ascension Cemetery in 
Ubertyville. Visitation was from 4-8 p.m., May 22. 



Margaret J. *Marge* Slioback 

Age 78 of Colorado Springs, Colo., passed away peacefully, May 15, 2003. 

Surviving arc her sons, Michael (Marylcc) Shoback of Monument, Colo, 
and Thomas (Marti) Shoback of Mundeleln; grandchildren and her brothers. 
She is preceded in death by her loving husband of 37 years, Raymond In 1900 
nnd her daughter, Jeanette (age 7); her brothers and sisters. 

Visitation was from 4-9 p,m., May 23 at the Burnett-Dane Funeral Home 
In Ubertyville, Funeral service was held at 9a.m., May 24 at the funeral home, 
followed by Interment at 11 a.m. at Arlington Cemetery in Elmhurst. 

Joyce A. Abrahamson. 

Age 76 of Mundeleln, passed away Tuesday, May 20, 2003 at Lutheran 
General Hospital in Park Ridge. 

Surviving are her children, Peggy Wheeler of Chicago. Carl (Jane) 
Abrahamson of Lake Villa and Marti (Tom) Shoback of Mundeleln; seven 
grandchildren: her brother and sisters. She Is preceded In death by her par- 
ents, Arthur and Hilda Jorgenso n ; by her husband, Stanley In 1972 and by her 
■ brothers. 

Funeral service was held at 1 1 a.m., May 23 at the Burnett-Dane Funeral 
Home In Ubertyville. Interment followed at Irving Park Cemetery In Chicago. 
Visitation was from 4-8 p.m. on May 22 at the funeral home. 

Eleanor A. Hopkins 

Age 67 of HoundLake Beach, died Tuesday, May 20, 2003 at Winchester 
House In Ubertyville. Bom in Chicago to Anton and Agnes (nee Sharflnskl) 
Rusanowski, she later married Robert Hopkins. 

Survivors Include her sister, Rosemaric (the late George) LeBeufof Round 
Lake Beach; brother, Jack (the late Janet) Rusanowski of Florida; sister-in-law. 
Adcle (the late Lawrence) of Santa Fe, NM and many nieces and nephews. 
She Is preceded In death by her parents, her husband in 1992 and two broth- 
ers. 

Memorial services were private. Memorials would be appreciated by the 
family to the Akheimers Association, 4709 Golf Rd., Skokle, IL 60076. 

Thebna A. Holman 

Age 87 of RosweJJ, Ga., formerly of Round Lake, died on Wednesday, May 
21,2003 

She Is survived by her daughter, JoAnn (Tom) Rleger of Roswell, Ga.; 
granddaughters, Holly (Bob) Curlcy of Los Altos, Calif., Tamia Rleger- of 
Roswell,. Ga., Siobhan . Byrnes of Dunwoody, Ga.; grandsons, Tom (Anita) 
Rleger of Marietta, Ga. Karl (Nancy) Rleger of Dunwpody, Ga.; and great- 
grandchildren, Bobby Curley, Maeve Curley, Ben Rleger and Walker Rleger. 

Memorial Mass will be held on May 31, at I p.m. at St. Andrews 
Catholic Church, 675 Riverside Rd., In Roswell, Ga. In lieu of flowers, 
memorials may be made to the Atlanta Humane Society, Attn: Memorial 
Fund, 981 Howell Mill Rd., NW, Atlanta, Ga., 30318 in memory of Theima 
Holman. Arrangements were handled by the ^Cremation Society of 
Georgia. 

Shirle A. Jeschawitz 

Age 61 of Hound Lake, died Saturday, May 24, 2003 at Lake Forest Hospital 
in Lake Forest, after an extended illness. She was bom Jan. 29, . 1942 In 
Horncrsvllle, Mo., the daughter of Roy W. and Pauline (Smith) Chambers. Her 
family moved to Muncie, Ind., where Shirle attended elementary school. 
Shirle was a 1960 graduate of Cowan High School In Cowan, Ind. After high 
school, Shirle" moved to and settled in the Chicago area and moved lo Round 
Lake in 1983. Shirle was an avid golfer, bowler, and bridge player, and 

/belonged to several local clubs and organizations. She was known for her 
wonderful sense of humor, grace and generosity. She was loved and will be 
missed by her family and many loving and supportive friends. 

She Is survived by her husband of31 years, Joseph P. Jeschawitz of Round 

' Lake; two daughters, Krista (Kick) GeofTrion of Tuxedo Park, NY, and Lora 
(Bryan) Jeschawitz Bohan of Huntsville, Ala,; and two granddaughters, 
Murphy and Madison Bohan, also of Huntsville, Ala. Other survivors Include 
Tour sisters, Sue (Lee) Foster of Stroll, Ind., Sharon Murrin of Muncie, Ind., 
Sheila "Chick" Chambers of Muncie, Inc. and Sand! Zvanut of Skokie; a broth- • 
er, Ronald W. Chambers of Muncie, Ind,; a sister-in-law, Kathleen (Spence) 
McKlnney or Decorah, Iowa, three nephews and Ave nieces. She is preceded 
in death by her parents. 

Visitation was from 5-9 p.m., May 27 at Justen's Round Lake Funeral 
Home in Round Lake, The funeral service was'at 10 am, May 28 at the funer- 
al home with the Rev. Usle Kauffman officiating. Interment was at Highland 

' Memorial Park in Ubertyville. Memorials to the American Cancer Society 
would be appreciated by the family. 

Lois M. Dcschauer 

Age 63 of Ingleside, died Saturday, May 24, 2003 at Condell Medical Center 
In Ubertyville. She was born June 4, 1939 In Ubertyville to Marlowe and Edith 
: (Sawatzke) Thompson. Lois was formerly of Lake Zurich and has been a res- 
ident of Ingleside for die post five years. She was a U censed Practical Nurse in 
private care for the majority of her life and attended St. Matthew Lutheran 
Church In Lake Zurich. 

Survivors include her husband, Jack R. of Ingleside; one sister, Diane 
(Bruce) Augustyniak of McHenry; one brother, Rev. Lawrence (Patricia) 
Thompson of Fox Lake" and many nieces and nephews. She is preceded In 
death by a son, Joseph Deschauen a sister, Jean Vahrenwald and her parents. 

Visitation was held from 9-1 1 a.m., May 28 at the George R. Justcn & Son 
Funeral Home In McHenry. The funeral service was held at 1 1 a.m., May 28 at 
the funeral home, Intermcnfwas in Wauconda Cemetery. 



! 



i I 



Funeral 




JUSTEN'S ROUND LAKE 
FUNERAL HOME 
222 N. Rosedale Court . 
(Rosedalc at Cedar Lake Road) 

(847) 546-3300 

Nancy Justen & Mark Justen, 

Directors 

Additional Locations in 

McHenry and Wonder Lake 




K.K. HAMSHER 

FUNERAL HOME, LTD. 

12 N. Pistakee Lake Rd., Fox Lake, IL 

(847) 587-2100 

Kenneth K. Hamsher, 

Dcbra Hamsher Glen, Directors 



STRANG FUNERAL HOME 

1055 Main St., Antioch, IL 

(847) 395-4000 

Dan Dugenske, 

Director 

SPRING GROVE 

FUNERAL CHAPEL 

8103 Wilfnot Rd., P.O. Box 65 

Spring Grove; IL 60081 

(815) 675-0550 
Toll Free (888) 394-8744 
Richard Konyar, Director 



STRANG FUNERAL. 

CHAPEL AND 

CREMATORIUM, LTD. 

410 E. Belvidere Grayslake, IL 

(847)223-8122 

David G. Strang 

and 

Richard A Gaddis, 

Directors 

RINGA 

FUNERAL HOME 

122 S. Milwaukee Ave., 

, Lake Villa, IL 

(847) 356-2146 

Robert J. Ringa, Jr. 

NEWSPAPERS 

847-223-8161; 



Strang Funeral Chapel 
& Crematorium, Ltd 






\*. 







mt$ 



ULUJUJ^ 



FAMILY OWNED & OPERATED 
ESTABLISHED 1898 

410 East Belvidere Road 
. Grayslake, IL 60030 




223-8122 



David G. Strang • Richard A. Gaddis 
Directors 




.tinai — i -- * • *•*- - 



■H . II. .■■-giJ77^ i| h |1 y r *Lt. J « ri l= F 



May 30, 2003 



CLASSIFIEDS 



Lakeland Newspapers 1 B23 



MEDIA 



HOW TO PLACE A CLASSIFIED AD 

By Phone Call; 847.223.8161 
By Fax 847.223.2691 
By Mall: Lakeland Newspapers 
P.O. Box 268 
Grayslake, IL 60030 
In Person: 30 S. Whitney St., 
Grayslake 

DEADLINES 

Mrect Lino,,,,, ■ ^ ..■ ^' ■;, .. . ,■.. '„ . .Tucs. Spm 



Classified (Business & Private Party).... Wed. Hum 

HOURS 

Riim-Spm... ,„„,,,,,„ „„.....,...... JVTon.-FH. 

\ /g*. ^**. T^* fep^l 



You may tuncrl jtiur ml before II un, on lYki.y for lha 
fulkmlng Mrck'n puhllcaUun, 
IbM Owek Vow M 

In (he evcnl <if «n error. l*fccltn<] New»papen Hill be 
rtxpaiMlbla for anh; (he (1ml Incorrect Insertion and onh/ 
lha portion ol lha id ihm Lt In error or rendered iwltM 
Itewo i-unUct lha tlmmlfleil llepwlmenl Immedlmlely In 
rata <i( error. 




NEWSPAPERS 

Classified 




Ad appears in 11 Lakeland Newspapers! 

AntiochNews • Round Luke News 
Lake Villa Record • Mundefain News 
Wadsworth News • Grayslake Times 

Fox Lake Press • Gurnee Press 

Lindenhurst News • Wauconda Leader 

Liberty vittc News 



DISCLAIMER: 

PUBLISHER MAKES EVERY EFFORT 
TO ASSURE THE ACCURACY OF 
INFORMATION SUPPLIED IN ADS. 
HOWEVER, PUBLISHER ASSUMES 
NO LIABILITY FOR INACCURACIES 
THEREOF. 

mana^ fi N Jl^K,n Y ;,i=n.A 

media LAKELAND MEDIA 



* w 





r 



Notices 



Emptevment 



219 
250 



Merchandise 



ARE YOU A SINGLE 

PARENT? 

Parents without Partners 

is a not-for-profit 

organization devoted to 

the Interest and wellare 

of the single parent and 

their children. 

PWP members plan 

educational, support, and 

social activities lor 
children and adults on a 
monthly basis. For more 
Information on how you 
can become a member, 
please call our hotline 
(847) 817-56B7. 



J 



MUNGLE'S 

LANDSCAPING! 

WE DO IT ALU 

SPRING CLEAN UPI 

'Wood & Edge 

Flower Beds 

Troo & Hedge 

Trimming 

♦Mulch, ' 

'Power Wash or 

Staining, Docks & 

Foncos 

Tilling, Small Flower 

Beds & Gardens 

Coll (847)845-8027, 

Pager (847) 369-0055, 

Home (847) 223-1625. 

"FIREWOOD 

AVAILABLE 



HIP REPLACEMENT 
SURGERY; II you have had hip 

replacement surgery between 
1992 and 2000, with a ZIMMER 
HIP STEM implant and suffered 

healing problems requiring a 

second revision surgery you 
may be entitled to compensation. 

Attorney Charles Johnson 
1-800-535-5727 



School Is Out %,*jj 

Coloring Contest Winners 




1 NOTICE " 

Pursuant lo the Business 
Opportunity Safes Law of 1995, 
every business musl be regis- 
tered with the Illinois Securities 
Department. Protect yourself 
before making purchasing 
decisions. Contact Ihe Illinois 
Secretary ol Stale's Securities 
Department with any questions at 

1-800-62 B-7M7. 

(This notice Is brought to you by 

Lakeland Media), 



^/Patricia BlotkV^. 

Wauconda, IL J5 "£j» 
Age 4-6 /£ &S 

**3C^-»— — ^5? Ay sk Y Siyblcowski^ 
^*3rw**^ "31 Wcucandfl. 

Both winners will f£^ 

receive FREE movie 

tickets to Regal Cinemasl 




Recreational 




704- 
724 



Automotive 




804- 
848 



Services 




S03- 



* GRAYSLAKE * 

ANTIQUE 

& FLEA MARKET. 



June 7 and 8, 2003 

Hours: Sat. 10am - 4pm 
Sun. 8am - 3pm 

Lake County 
Fairgrounds 

GRAYSLAKE, ILLINOIS 

1000's of Treasures!!! 

Admission $4.00 

Early Buyers 8am - 10pm 

NEXT SHOW JULY 12 & 13 

Antique & Flea Market Sunday Qune 15th 

8-3) ® DttPage County Fair Grounds 

WH EATON 



Zurko Promotions • 715-526-9769 



SUBMIT YOUR LAKELAND 
CLASSIFIED ADS ON THE 
INTERNETI 
Visit lakelandmedia.com/ to 
place your ads conveniently. 
Ads appear on the Internet, in 
all Lakeland Papers... The 
Great Lakes Bulletin and The 
Market Journal for only 
S24.00 lor 4 lines (approx. 16 
words), then only .60c (or 
each additional line. 



WEDDING 

ENGAGEMENT 

ANNIVERSARY 

ANNOUNCEMENTS 

To announce a wedding, 

engagement or anniversary, 

call (847) 223-8161 . There is 

a short form to till out and 

return. Forms can be mailed 

or faxed to you. Photos are 

welcome. Fees are listed on 

the forms. Mailing address: 

Lakeland Media, 

30 S. Whitney St.. ■ 

Grayslake, IL. 60030. 

Attn: Bridal Sec. 

Phone number or questions: 

Call Nancy Thielsen 

(647)223-8161, 

ext. 143. 



WINDOW WASHING 

POWER WASHING 

DRIVEWAY SEALING 

CARPET SHAMPOOING. 

FREE ESTIMATES. 

Call Gary 
1 (B47) 651-2684. 



115 


Lost & Found • 



DID YOU FIND Someones 
PET or Special Lost Article? 
Call Lakeland Newspapers 
Classifieds Dept., and get 
your 

results, FOUND ads ore 
RUN FREE or Charge. Call 
(847)223-8161. 



120 


Free 



ABSOLUTELY FREE BASE- 
MENT and deck estimates. 
Call Scott at Basement and 
Deck Finishers. (847)293- 
2000. 



AVON "BUY OR SELL" call 
me lor a Iree brochure and 
samples. Free gift when you 
sign up to sell. $10 starter fee. 
50% olf first 4 orders. Call 
Rosemary (847) 546-3320. 

FREE DEEP FREEZER. YOU 
HAUL AWAY. (847) 223- 
8472. 



FREE FACIAL AND MAKE- 
OVER. Call Reglna (847) 
838-97.11. 

FREE SEARS FIBERGLASS 
BOAT, 35hp, no title. You 
haul. (B47)83B-1 073. 

FREE WEEKLY BUSINESS 
OPPORTUNITY SEMINARS. 
Call for sppt. (847) 608- 
0509. 

FREE WEEKLY BUSINESS 
SEMINARS. Call to schedule. 
(847)838-9711. 

JAMIEL SATELLITE MESH 
DISH 9it., you disassemble 
and haul away. Call alter 
11am, (847) 356-5022. 

ARE YOU SPRING CLEAN- 
ING?? GET RIO OF THE 
CLUTTER ' AND RUN A 
FREE or GIVEAWAY- Ad- In 
the Lakeland Classifieds. 
Free and Giveaways are run 
at NO CHARGEI (We dis- 
courage any pet ads). Dead- 
- lines: 10am Wednesdays. 
(847) 223-8161, ext.191. 



ATTENTION 
PET OWNERS 
Wo Do Not 
Knowingly Accopt Ada 
For Frae/Glvoaway 
Animals 
IF you must give up your be- 
loved pel, please consider 
these suggestion!!. 
•Tree animal ads suggest ili.u 
there is something wrong 
with the animal, or that it has 
no value. 

•Some people who respond 
to these free animal ads arc 
importers and are only con- 
cerned about making a profit 
and not the animal's welfare, 
•Charging a Tec to a potential 
pet owner confirms Ihe re- 
sponsibility of pel ownership 
for an entire tifclinic of that 
pel. For more information, 
ptcase contact Ihe Humane 
Society.. - 



125 


Personals 



ABC'S, 123'S. LOTS ol hugs, 
kisses & laughter await your 
baby. Expenses paid. Karen 
& Rick 1-877-81 5-3785. 



ADOPT 
A Happy home, financial 

security, lots of (un. 

Your baby wilt grow with 

LOVE and ATTENTION. 

Expenses Paid. 

Susan & Steve 

1.8O0-562-8287. 



•#•# ADOPTION' 

Happily married, 

financially secure 

couple will love 

and cherish your baby. 

Expenses paid. 

Beth and Gary 

1-800-301-2101. 



ADOPTION =LOVE LOVING 
couple wants to provide your 
baby with beautiful home, se- 
curity, happiness & a lifetime 
of love. Expenses paid. Call 
loll-free Janet/Nick 1-888- 
676-1927 pin #5320. 

WARM, CARING COUPLE 
seek infant/toddler to fill their 
hearts w/everlasling joy. Nice 
home w/big back yard, adora- 
ble Beagle waiting for child to 
complete family. Call 866- 
553-5348. 



140 


Financial 



SSCASHSS IMMEDIATE 

CASH for structured settle- 
ments, annuities, real estate, 
notes private mortgage notes, 
accident cases, and Insur- 
ance payouts (800)794-7310. 

FREE WEALTH BUILDING 
seminar. Come see this busi- 
ness plan to achieve financial 
Independence. (847)293- 
2000. 



To Place An 
Ad With 
Lakeland 

Newspapers 

Call (847) 223-81 61 
or Fax (847) 223-269 1 

class® 
lakelandmedia.com 



218 



Employment 
wanted 



HOUSEKEEPER, COMPAN- 
ION OR CHILD CARE PRO- 
VIDER looking (or full-time 
employment. Live In or come 
& go. Exc. ref. Please call 
Miss Dale (847) 263-7058. 



219 



Help Wanted 
Part-Time 



PART TIME i 

RECEPTIONIST - - 
For BUSY. ' 
Real Estato Oilico. 
15-20 hours per week. 
Weekend S Evenings. 
Real Estate knowledge 
helpful but not necessary. 
Fax Resume 
847-356-8298 
or coll 847-265-6000 
Romax Premier Roalty 
Lake Villa 



***•••• 



220 



Help Wanted 
Full-Time 



$500 WKLY MAILING 
our sales brochures from 
home. Legitmate busi- 
ness. For more info send 
SASE to. A.N.-PO Box 
577, Round Lake, II. 
60073. 



" AVON " 

ENTREPRENEUR WANTED 
Must be willing to work 
whenever you want, be 

your own boss, and enjoy 

unlimited earnings. 
Let's talk 888-528-2866 



HafrvSylfsts & Nail 
Je^hlnfclan needed. 
Exp. preferred but 
not necessary. 

84W56-8633 



.. __' 



16-DAY CAREER TRAINING 
Driver Trainees Wanted To- 
dayl Class A CDL & Refresh- 
er Training, Nationwide Job 
Placement, S35.000-S40.000 
Annually. Benefits, & 401 K. 
Tuition Reimbursement. 

(800)883-0171 DELTAACA- 
DEMY.COM. 

ALL CASH CANDY ROUTE. 
Do you earn up to SBOO/day? 
Your own local candy route. 
30 Machines and Candy. All 
for S9.995. (800J998-VEND 
AINKB0213. 

AMERICA'S AIR FORCE 
Jobs available In over 150 ca- 
reers, plus: 'Up to $18,000 
Enlistment bonus 'Up to 
$10,000 Student Loan Repay- 
ment 'Up to 100% tuition as- 
sistance 'High Tech Training 
High-school grads age 17-27 
or prior service members from 
any braNch, call 
(800)423-USAF OR VISIT 
AIRFORCE.COM 
USAIR FORCE 
CROSS INTO THE BLUE. 



ARBTS 

HOWHiJUXG 
MANAGERS 
Slop In to till 
' out an application. 
776 Rollins Road 
Round Lake Basco, II 60073 
EOE 



ATTENTION TRUCK DRIV- 
ERSI $500 hiring bonus for Hi- 
nols Traineesl Get prehlred, 
trained and CDL Licensed in 
Only two wweeksl Earn 
S900/week plus benefits! 
(800)803-2991. 



Real Estate Agent 

100% Commission 

Low Fees! 

REALNET 

(847) 702-8639 



■PI HI "— *— " 



- n » ■ 1 1 * i 1 1 ■ j — mm w* 



>m* 



SBfftsar- ' 






: 



B24 /Lakeland Newspapers 



CLASSIFIEDS 



May 30, 2003 



liV 



-:l 



220 



lli'lp Wiuili'd 
Full-Time 



220 



Help Wunii-tl 

Full-time 




o* "(OiwiranBir S>i 

5\k ^9iUIBA*Tq,S;.V 
l l *y;iit(l Financial Services • i 



COUNTrtV 



'..»»■■«.« ■ 'l«"l|l 4«'vir R « 



^ 



I 



is Inli'rviewtiij; agi'M rS 
canill dales lor lite 
Grutthkc area. 
■ $36,000 Salary 

• Plus Bonus 
Plu9 Commission 



Eft Call 

04 ,147-5484400^ 



A 




DRIVER-COVENANT , 
TRANSPORT. 150 Teams 
needed immediately. Ask 
about our prioity dispatch. 
Owner Operators. Experi- 
enced ?Drivcrs, Solos, Teams 
and Graduate Students. 
Call (888JMORE-PAY 
(888)667-3729. 

DRIVERS AT ROEHL 

averaged S46.457 In 20021 

Van or F/B. Great home time 

& benelits. Regional 
available Students welcome. 

" E.O.E. 
■ SSS (877) 370-2813 SSS 
www.roehl.net. 

DRIVERS-NO EXPERI- 

ENCE? NO PROBLEM! Low 
cost CDL-lraining available. 
Tuition reimbursement, great 
pay, benefits 

Inexperienced/experienced 
drivers, owner operators. 
SWIFT 1-800-240-3021 exl. 
5838 

DRIVERS. ..2500-3000MI. 
SCHEDULED RAISES, High 
Mile Incentives, Home Week- 
ly, BeneMs, Asigned Conven- 
tional, No Force Dispatch 
Call (800)942-2104 ext 237, 
238 or 243 www ioialms.com 
EOE 

DRIVERS/OWNER OPERA- 
TORS GREAT pay, benelits. 
High weekly miles and S2500 
sign-on bonus. 1yr T/T exp. 
required Call SMX (800)247- 
8040 

DRIVERS: REFRIGERATED 
CARRIER seeking 

MidwestA/Vest Coast OTR So- 
lo/Teams, 2-years experi- 
ence Excellant miles, 
pay/benefit package. 

mileage/safety/bonus, as- 
signed 2002 T20O Ken- 
worths. (800)845-3748. 



DRIVERS: ORIVEN TO SUC- 
CESS CFI Is now Hiring Com- 
pany ' Owner Operators ' 
Singles and Teams ' Loads 
with mites available Immedi- 
ately! Ask about our spouse- 
training program. Call 
(QOO)CFI- 
DRIVEwww.ctidrive.com. 

EARN UP TO 510,000 in 17 
days. Work June 20-July 8. 
Manage a FIREWORKS 
TENT in this area. Excellent 
for husband/wife learn. 
(877)646-3319. 

EASY WORKI 
NO EXPERIENCE 

S500-S1.000 part-time at 

home stuffing envelopes. 

For free information send 

self- addressed, 

stamped envelope; 

R&J Enterprises 
Mailing Services, Inc. 

P.O. Box 402 
Ingleside, III 60041. 



EXPERIENCED FLORAL 

DESIGNER/ASSISTANT 

MANAGER IS NEEDED 

For very busy Mower 

shop. Great working 

environment, 

Sense ol humor a must. 

Fax resume to: 

(847) 566-1957 or call for 

Interview appl 

(847)566-1899. 



Your Passion for sales It as 
Big at your career potential 

You love selling almost as 
much as you love people? 
Your retail experience 
provides you with the 
necessary know-how, and 
your strong leadership 
skills help you drive home, 
the sale. 
Join us & receive: 

•Top Pay 

•Medical &' Denial 
benefits 

•Vacation pay 

•Dynamic work 
environment 
Stop by: 

Cracker Barrel 
5706 northr1dge 

GURNEE, 1L 60031 




OU Countf* 8to« 
EOE 



BALANCE LIFE FOR HEALTHY WORK 

By Scott T. Flciscbmaim ' 

Several years api I read an article written by a lu^pltal 
chaplain, lie had been at ihe bedside of many people 
shortly before lliey died. Ilis primary point was thai 
although he had heard many people who regretted spend- 
ing too much lime ai work, he had never heard anyone 
complain aboirt spending too much time with family. Nor 
had lie heard anyone complain about spendin 1 ; loo much 
| time pillinj;, foiling, or excrcNni*. 

From his perspective, people who are close to the end of 
life have a piod understanding of priorities. Ik* went on to 
surmise that much of our American society is skewed to 
work. We do not take our lime for relaxation, as wc ought. 
\*or do we spend time with our family and friends. 

balance is important. Here are some Ideas to help balance 
our dally work. 

• Keep yourself healthy, Stan an exercise program and 
learn how to eat a balanced die!'. There arc many hooks on 
nutrition. In addition, family doctors usually have Informa- 
tion on eating correctly. Plan an exercise program. Start 
slowly ami build tip ttt a more challenging level. Tills pro- 
gram does not need to be costly. Walking, jogging.and hike ' 
riiliiig are all good cardiovascular exercises. Calisthenics at 
home. can significantly improve muscle lone. Health club 
memberships ami expensive home equipment are not 
needed. 

• rl.in to spend time with family and friends. My fam- 
ily spends every Sunday evening together. My two best 
friends live about filly miles front me. I have to plan lime 
lo be with litem. Yes we can have relationships al work. 
hut often those relationships are based on expectations. 
Family and friends. In a healthy relationship, accept us for 
who we an*. There are few expectation*. We need to spend 
lime with those who love us unconditionally, 

• Find hobbies. Unfortunately, too many of us come 
home from work exhausted; we gobble down a meal com- 
posed mainly of fat and cholesterol ami spend the time 
before bed watching television. There is nothing wrung 
with watching a good movie or an occasional hall game. 
However, spending' lime doing productive activities that 
compliment work helps to balance our lives.' 

A carpenter who comes home and does woodworking as | 
a hobby lias missed the point. A computer programmer 
wlio comes home and builds web slles has missed Ihe 
point, lint a programmer who comes home anil remodels < 
liis kitchen, or a carpenter who comes home and builds a 
family web site understands task balance. 

• Give hack to others by doing charitable work. The 
number of people who have contributed tu my life is 4 
be vi Hid counting., 1 feel an obligation lo give back lo ot It- 
ers who have a need. And the truth be known. I grow sig- .' 
nillcantly from those experiences. Thai gnmili manifests 
itself as an appreciation for others, as; a feeling that 1 have 1 
helped another person, and through ilur joy of seeing oth- 
ers grow along with me, 

A balanced life can make work more enjoyable. Exercise 
relieves slress, ('mod nutrition is. the lusts for physical and 
A emotional well being. Spending time with others builds' 
m binding relationships with those who love us. Serving nth- 1 
J ers and hobbles give a sense of self-fulfillment'. Try balance. 
A It will change your work perspective. 

r Scott T. Fklschnunn Is the Managing Principal far Integrity 
A Business Solutions Inc., a full sen' ire management consulting 
^ firm, lie can be contacted through email al Ibs-scotuM juno.com J 
or through the company web site at www.aboullnlcgrily.i 



220 



Help Wanted 
Full-Time 



220 



Help Wanted" 
Full-Time 



Want to Save 

Big Bucks?? 

SSSSSS 

LAKELANDS 
CLASSIFIEDS 
CAN HELP YOU 
FIND THE RIGHT 
EMPLOYEES FASTI! 
TO PLACE YOUR 
JOB OPPORTUNI- 
TIES IN OUR CLAS- 
SIFIED SECTION, 

JUST CALL 
MONDAY-FRIDAY, 

8AM-5PM. 
(847)223-8161 or 

(847)223-2691 



'rr'Cfrrf// , /'t'ff 

OFFICE MANAGER 

GURNEE, IL 

Excollont opportunity ot our now 
outpatient orthopedic modica! 
clinic opening in Gumoo. ILfor 
n Medical Offico Manager. 
Job duties: Modical billing, 
insurance follow- up, col looting 
co-pays, scheduling appoint- 
ments 4 insurance vontcaiion. 
MFOICAL OFFICE 
MAMAfiFMFNT 
EXPERIENCE REQUIRED. 
Spanish speaking a plus, 
Excollont salary and benefits. 
Fax resumo to 877-433-3179 or 
omnil: giindsayOrecrurtptot 



OUR SPECTACULAR NEW 
2003 catalogs are outl Con- 
tact Ideal Gifts by Friendly lor 
a Free copy today! Exciting 
new advisor and manager 
programs. (600)408-4875. 
www.frlendlyhome.com. 



Stiiomt VtrnonHllli 

Maintenance 

Summer job at Children's 

Day Camp. Responsibilities 

Include operating laundry 

equipment, cleaning buildings, 

policing of picnic area, trash 

removal, gardening and minor 

repairs of buildings. Ideal job 

for college student. 

Discovery Day Camp 

B47-367-CAMP 



m!M.ll:|iH.|iinff!i aBN 



$13.69 - 519.12 PER HOUR!! 

> Friendly Work Environment • Excellent benefit package 

• Guaranteed 5 hrsJday 

• Year 2003 "Bluebird" Transit-stylo buses 

• C01 license or 11 bus permit preferred 

Slap In aititfltl out an application lodaj! 
Porionnol Department 

WARREN TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL NEW DISTRICT OfRCE 

17962 W. Gage* Lake flood, Osgot Loko, IL 60030 

(847) 539-444? 

Job Hotline: (847) 662-1400 oxt. 5600 

Wobillo: www.wthi.nat 



INSIDE SALES 

When you pick up the phone, can we hear 

your smile? If so, you could be the 

person we're looking fori Lakeland Media 

is seeking someone to join. our Classified 

Advertising team. You'll sell recruitment 

and service advertising to small 

businesses and help them 

enjoy more success! 






to find gut more about this exciting opportunity, 
Call bob schroeder At Lakeland Media: 



Phone: (847)223-8161 Fax: (847)223-2691 
Email: bobs@lakelandmedia.com 

or send resume to: 
P.O. Box 268 • Grayslake, IL 60030 
• Attn: Bob Schroeder 



Inside Sales Rep. 

Coleman Cable, Inc., a leader in the wire and cable 

manufacturing industry has a challenging opportunity lor an 

enlhusiaslic and detailed individual to join out Inside Sates 

Department. This position is responsible (or quoting, taking 

order, process returned goods and the inside contact for reps 

and in-house distributors. In exchange (or your skills and 

experience we offer a challenging and rewarding work 

environment, a competitive benelits package and the 

opportunity to be part of a successful team. 

Bachelors degree required. 2-3 years customer service 

background, preferably in the wire and cable Industry. Musi 

be proficient In Microsoft Office (Word & Excel). AS400 

experience a plus. Please forward your resume to: 

Coleman Cable, Inc. 

Hurrmn Resources Dopt. 

1 586 S. Lakeside DR., Waukogan, lb 60085 

Email: hr@coloman-cnbto.cq rn. Fax: 847-689-8741 

www.colomoncoblo.com 

EOE 




PHOTOGRAPHER 



Lakeland Newspapers is looking for a full 
or part-time photographer 
with a flexible schedule. 
Open weekday availability 
is a must for either posi- 
tion. Full-time position will 
include some evening and 
weekend work. You'll cover spot 
news, features and sports, for all 11 of our 
newspapers across Lake County. You must 
own a professional-quality digital camera. 
Candidate must he able- to show a versatile 
portfolio. To be considered for this posi- 
tion, please mail resume and portfolio lo: 

■ Lakeland Newspapers 

Attn: Marc Jenkins, Managing Editor 

30 S. Whitney St. 

Grayslake, U 60030 

or e-mail resume and cover to: 

cdlt@lakclahdmcdla.coni 



* * 



220 



Help Wanted 
Full-Time 



220 



Help Wanted 
Full-Time 



220 



Help Wanted 
Full-Time 



NOW HIRING SHARP OUT- 
GOING people lo travel entire 
US - representing tip sport, 
fashion & news publications. 
Expense paid training with 
base guarantee. Dally-week- 
ly^monthly bonuses. Trans & 
hotel provided with return trip 
guaranteed. Call Sarah @ 
{800)282-0381. Call today- 
start tomorrow. 



Rock & Roll to the tunc 
of SI .000.00 a week! 

Company vehicle, paid training, 

and no oxparienco nocossaryl 

Call TODAY • Start TOMORROW! 

(847) 726-0434 



TEACH IN FLORIDA-AT- 
TEND the Florida Teach-in, 
June 18-18,. Hyatt Orlando. 
Districts and schools wilt inter- 
view teachers, CALL 
(800)832-2435 or 

www.TeachlnFlorida.com. 

UP TO .38 CPM. New equlp- 
ment with pro-sleepers. Out 
10-14 days. No NYC. OTR 
with 1 year experience. Van, 
Reefer or Haloed. (800)871- 
1822. 



NEED A COMPUTER? Bad 
Credit Bankruptcy OK, NO 
CREDIT CHECK. GUARAN- 
TEED APPROVAL. Checking 
or Savings account required.. 
As low as S35.00 a week. 
(800)318-7591. 
WWW.PC4SURE.COM. 



TAN AT HOME WOLFF 
TANNING BEDS. 

Flexible Financing Available. 
Home Delivery. FREE Color 

Catalogs 

Call Today (800)939-8267 

www.np.etslan.com. 



NEED TO PLACE 

A MEDICAL 
OPPORTUNITIES 
HELP WANTED 
, AD? 



' Call 

(847) 
223-8161 



Like talking 
on the phone? 



We have the 
job for you! ' 

Part time position ^ 
Monday - Thursday 
5:00 - 8:30 p.m. 
Sat 9:00 - 2:00 p.m. Hours Needed 



Base pay plus commission 



Call Cara After 5pm 
Monday - Thursday 



(847) 245-7500 




Financial 

i 

TELLER SUPERVISOR 

State Financial Bank 
Is looking for on experienced 
Full Time Teller Supervisor ' 
ot our office In Waukogan to 

supervise our teller Una 
according to established bank 

policies and procedures. 
Responsibilities tncludo pro- 
viding a high level ol customer 
service to our clients, manag- 
ing teller stall, handling finan- 
cial transactions, and the effi- 
cient operation of the teller 
area. Previous banking, retail 
solos, or high-level customer 
service experience required. 

We offer on excellent benefits 
package Including competitive 
salary with Incentive opportu- 
nities, Insurance, 401 k, stock 
ownership, pension and more! 
II you are interested in work- 
ing for a growing organization 
with a focus on customer 

serv- 
ice, send o cover letter and 
resume with salary require- 
ments to: 

Stato Financial Bank ? 

Attn: Branch Manager 
1 South Genesee Street .; 

Waukegan.IL 60085 

or email: 

beth.bahr G stfin.com 

EOE 



■ Medical. ■ 
Opportunities 



nURSES 



RITS 6 LPiTS for 

Home health . 

F/T or P/T fill shifts. 

Hex scheduling. 

Priuate Duty. 

Benefits for 30 hrs. 

RIJlERICnn 

HOmE HEALTH 

1-800-872-4427 



221 



Medical 
Opportunities 



221 



Medical 
Opportunities 



Front Desk/Receptionist 

Full or part time hours available In our busy 

Lake County ophlhatmology/optometry practice.. 

We are seeking a bright, energetic 

Individual for this position. Experience a plus, however 

we will train the right candidate. Competitive salary and 

benelits. 

Call 

Diane at 847-244-1657 X25 

fax resume to 847-244-5122. 



Roaimcnfo 

Busy . - 

pediatric 

office looking for a 

Nurse RN/LPN 

3 days a week and 1 Sat AM 

each month in our 

Libertyville 

& 
Lake Forest 

offices. General nursing 

duties, labs, injections, phone 

triage and patient education. 

Call Nita @ 

847-362-5707 



UNIT E D 

Hospital — ^ ™* 



if 



System 



We Are United;! 

Wc arc more than a healthcare provider; wc arc a ream of professionals working together 
to serve our patients and their families; wc arc one heart and soul serving our community 
though our multiple locations; and wc want you to join us! Wc are looking for dedicated 
professionals to join our team at Kenosha Medical Center Campus and St. Catherine's 
Medical Center Campus. Wc have opportunities for 

•Registered Nurses '• 

• Respiratory Care Practitioners 

• Medical Technologists 

• Nuclear Medicine Technologist • 

• Histology Coordinator 
■ Clinical Registered Dietitians 
•Physical Therapist 

• Surgical Techs . 

• Housekeepers 

Wc offer a competitive salary, excellent 

benefit package and most importantly, an 

. opportunity to work with the leading 

healthcare system in Kenosha County. 

Send your resume to: 

United Hospital System 

Human Resource Department 

6308 Eighth Avenue, Kenosha, Wl 53 tf 3. 

Phone (262)656-21 16 *Fax (262)653-5780 

Email H R@uhsi.ore " 



Check out all ot our available positions by calling out 

Job Hotline at (262)653-5100. 




.<i» 






' 



— — ~ --.- ■ 



May 30, 2003 



CLASSIFIEDS 



Lakeland Newspapers/ 



msammtsA * •* 'SSVSfSi'S? Week ' HHn^ssi 

MEDIA 847'"223"81 61 NEWSPAPERS 



221 



Medical 

Opportunities 



Certified 
NURSES AID 

Earn up to S10.50 starling wage 

with oxpononco. 

Aro you outgoing and have an 

enthusiastic personality? 

Do you enjoy working with 

' and helping pooplo? 

Then welcome to 

Llbortyvllle Manor! 

♦ Prolit Sharing 

♦ Flexible Hours 

♦ Ovortimo Available 

♦ Low resident to start ratio 

♦ Opportunity tor growth and 

advancement . 

We aro prosently accepting 
applications. Please contact: 

Liberty villa Manor 
610 Peterson Rd(Hwy 137) 

Liberty villo, IL 60043 
(047)367-6100 



Denlsi 

Dental Assistant 

etiairskte epefience 

Great team needs a full time 
chairsida dental assistant (or 
a quality oriented office . Por- 
sonable, motivated, experi- 
enced individual with good 
organ Izationat skills. Health 
Benefits/Pension Plan. 

847-566-5100 



225 



Business 

Opportunities 



A BIGS Maker 
Investment required 

Ground Breaking new 
Debit/Phone Machine • 

S1 2,790 

Soda/Snack - S9.995 

Candy • $3,495 

1 BOO 520-1311 

immediate 



BECOME PART OF THE #1 
SELLING COSMETIC COM- 
PANY "AVON" Free gilt 
when you sign up to -sell. SI 6 
starter fee. 50% oil -lirst 4 or- 
ders. Call Rosemary (847) 
546-3320. 

CANDY STORE/GIFT BOU- 
T1QUE. (847) 740-6985 
leave message. 

DRIVER / OWNER OPERA- 
TORS' $2000 sign-on Bonus. 
Call loday. .start Monday! 
Great Freight/Miles. Must 
have CDL-A and 1 year OTR. 
Call (800)473-5581 or apply 
online ' - 1 

www.robersondrivers.com 
EOE. 



" 



f 

I 



I! 



OWN A MEDSPAl ^ 

Participate In the 
lucrative healthcare , £ 

Industry. Own a 

McdSpa providing the 

latest In cosmetic laser 

and light based 

procedures In an 

upscale spa 

environment 

L1 EARNUPTOS200K g 

PERYEAR. 

NO MEDICAL 

BACKGROUND 

NECESSARY 

Min. Investment 

req'd $75K. 

Call toll-free 

1-866-476-5273 

SQLABt 
THE MEDSPA 
INNOVATOR 

$ a wwM.SotateMcdSpo.com K 

a - •-■• i .fi 

r ■ »l* 



>:r 



■ IHfiT^lfUM flMf ^MTtMtTlTl jt«_*^ 



ATTF..YTIOS: 



m 



Work From Home : 
$500'$4,500/mo. 
IT/PT 

I ( 800-238-3213 ) 
www.hoiiiL'llfc.com 

--l i l ft I I I'"" ~*~±~*^. 



240 


ClilldOtfc 



240 


Child Care 



NEED FULL-TIME CHILD- 
CARE for 3 children, ages 
4.5, 3, 6/mos. Your home or 
ours (Round Lake-Grayslake 
area preferred). Hours M-W, 
9-5; Th-F, 7-5. For details call 
evenings (847} 740-5301 . 



250 


School/Instruction 



FREE TUTORING SES- 
SIONS K-3. Artlioch and Rt. 
83. Certified teacher. Call Re- 
gina (847)838-9711. 



.MISSOURI WELDING 
INSTITUTE, INC. 
Nevada, Missouri. Become a 
Certified pipe & structural 
welder. Earn top pay In 18 
weeks. Many companies seek 
our graduates. 

(800)867-5885. 

MUSIC LESSONS DO you 
need music lessons, voice, 
any band Instrument? Les- 
sons are held in Round Lake 
and Antioch. (224) 577-8463. 

SPANISH TUTORING 

FOR CHILDREN 

4th-€th Grades. 

For moro information 

Call (847)838-3280. 

SUMMER TUTORING 22YR. 
old U.W. Whitewater College 
Student. Good credentials. 
Secondary Ed Major. Ages 10 
thru 17. Any subjects. Your 
home or mine. $10/hr. (847) 
587-1793, cell (847) 800- 
8305, ask for Dan. 



DAYCARE OPENINGS 

AGES 6wks-3yrs old. 

Mon-Frl 6am-5pm. 7yrs exp. 

Grayslake area. Rel's avail. 

(847)543-4238. 

LICENSED "QUALITY CARE 
ybu can count on In a Gray- 
slake tiomesettlng. 14yrsexp, 
rel's. INFANTS WELCOME. 
(847)223-7581. ' 



301 



Antiques 



OUTDOOR SALES/ 

ANTIQUES/FURNITURE 

ETC. Also jewelery, leather 

products (back packs, totes, 

garment bags, purses, 

luggage, gym bags, etc) - 

clothes, every Saturday 8-5 

pm. Located In Waukegan 

on Greenbay Rd, north of 

Sunset right side in parking 

lot. 847-571-1753 



304 


APPLIANCES 



ȣ RECONDITIONED 
Utf APPLIANCE SALE 

ALL APPLIANCES S99 AND 
UP.Ranges, refrigerators, 
freezers, washers & dryers, . 
dishwashers. All guaranteed. 
Delivery available. Wahl 
Appliance Center, 1209 
Court St. (off Rt. 120), 
McHenry. (815)878-6407 or 
(847)293-0047. 



310 



Bazaars/Crafts 




M02; Instructions for a Granny 

Square, Pineapple stitch, or 

Striped afghanto crochet. 

Crochet 1/2 circle riearth rug or 

table runner. Also in full color is o 

see stitch or tumblin ribbon 

afghanto knit Clear instructions. 

5 afghons, table runner & rug. A 

great value, This pattern is $3.15 

plus $1.50 shipping & handling. 

IlMl 



Make Checks Payable To: 

Reader Mail', Deft. (6101 

Box 520, Ludington, Ml 49431 

PKMNAUt,ADIIUS,Br, 

«mflN NUMUR AND Silt, . 



m 



VUAiMASTlKCARD 

incU»/unu, 




HABITAT RESTORE NOWS 
the time for home improve- 
ment prices. Save SSS on 
100's of new and used materi- 
als Including doors, lighting, 
cabinets, vanities, sinks, toi- 
lets, wallpaper and much 
more. New shipment of wtn- 
dows, flooring and paint. 
Restore Spring/Summer 
Hours: Tues & Thurs, 9-5; 
Wed, 9-7; Fri & Sat, 9-1. Lor- 
reil Business Cntr, 1 mile 
south ol Bucklley Road (137) 
on Hwy. 41, North Chicago. 
Benefits Habitat for Humanity 
Lake County. (847) 623-1020. 



POLE BARN SO'XSQ'XIO'. 
■ Painted metal, slider, plans, 
free delivery, $4,695. Barn 
ASTM. Includes qualities not 
typically found In barn yd. kits. 
http://natlonwtdQpc4ebam.cjb.net 
(937)321-1889. 



AFTER YOU'VE HAD YOUR 
BIG SALE, and there Is still 
things that just did not go.... 
Call us at LAKELAND News- 
papers and run it "under the 
"FREE or Giveaways" classi- 
fied column. FREE ADS are 
NO CHARGEI (847) 
223-8161, ext. 191. 



320 


Electronics 
Computers 


IWC Mentor Quest 

fixes your computer fasti Call 

today at: . 

847-740-2622 

or visit our website at: 

WWW.MENTORQUEST.COM 


330 


Garage 
Rummage Sale 



BIG CHURCH 

RUMMAGE SALE 

Shepherd of the Lakes 

Lutheran Church, 

Washington St. between 

Rt. 83 and Lake St. in . 

r Graystake. 

Thurs., June 5th, 5-8pm., 

Fri., June 6th, 9am-8pm., 

Sat., June 7lh, 9am-1 2pm. 

Clothes, baby items, toys, 

furniture, housewares, 

electronics, tools, 

and much morel 



GARAGE SALE 338 Haw- 
thorne, Gumee, Sat. 5/31, 
Sun. 6/1,1 0am-6pm. 

GARAGE SALE SAT. 5/31, 
Sun. 6/1, 9am-3pm. Mostly 
lurn., some toys. Come 
browse, 27 Lakeside Ln., Fox 
Lake. 

GARAGE SALE/UQUIDA- 
TION OF HOUSEHOLD 
GOODS, spoon collection, 
pewter chess set, Barbie 
dolls, X-mas items and more. 
No clothesl May 29. 30, 31, 
8am-3pm, June 5, 6, 7, 8am- 
3pm. Kelsey Rd., to Arch Dr. 
to 23370 Summit, Barrington. 
(847) 526-7055/ 

GRAYSLAKE MARINERS 
COVE ANNUAL NEIGHBOR- 
HOOD GARAGE SALE. Fri., 
June 6, Sat., June 7, 8am- 
■4pm. (Rt. 45 N ol Rt. 120 to 
Washington St. W to Mainsail 
Dr.). Maps available. Over 30 
homes. Antiques, appls,, baby 
items, clothing, collectibles, 
craft/sewing, eleclronics, 
lurn., games, household/kit., 
lawn items, sportscards, tools, 
Iqys, refreshments. 

HUGE MOVING SALE Fri. 
5/30, Sat. 5/31, 8am*4pm. 
Highwood Lake Estates, 400 
Tulip Circle, Island Lake, IL. 
(815) 353-2666. Dishes, chi- 
na, glassware, turn, paintings, 
computer equipment, basket- 
ball hoop, skis, roller blades, 
toys, Beanie Babies, video 
games, movies. books, 
cloihes. 

STRATFORD-ON AVON 

SUBDIVISION 

GARAGE SALE 

. FN., May30,9am-5pm. 

With even more on Sat., 

. May31,9am-5pm. 

Two blocks S. ol Washington 

& Atkinson St., Grayslake. 

YARD SALE FRI. 5/30, Sat. 
5/31. gatrMpm. Organ, dress- 
eri TV's & misc. items. 1101 
Villa' Vista,' Round Lake 
Beach. 



340 



Household Goods 
Furniture 



GIANT BLOWOUT 
FURNITURE SALE 

•4-PIECE LEATHER GROUP 
5900/SET. 

'3-plece 100% Italian 

'.''Leather pillow top 

sofa/loveseat and chair, 

51,195/sct. 

'Deluxe 5-plece bedroom set, 

S290. 

"3-piece designer sofa, 

' loveseat and chair, w/end 

tables, and cocktail table. 

Retail S1 ,295, 

On sale this weekend 

S795. 

'Italian lacquer bedroom set, 

S790. 

* Italian mahogany bedroom 

set S790. 

'Oak bedroom set 

$390. 

*2-piece Italian Leather sofa 

and loveseat, S590/set. 

MATTRESS SET SALE 

'Twin mattress set, S75 

'Queen motross sot, $90 

•Double pillow top mattress 

sot, deluxe $140, 

* King size mattress set, 

deluxe, $225. 

'Orthopedic queen mattress 

sot, $190. 

*7-plece cherry diningroom 

sot, $390. 

'Benchcralt Italian leather 

sectional, with 2-recllners and 

sleeper,- S1 ,895. 
'Italian leather sola sleeper, 

S695. 
'Italian Leather sectional, 

S1.295. 
•Ashley Leather Sectional 
w/2 recliners and sleeper, 

SI ,795. 

'Italian Imported 10 piece 

mahogany diningroom set, 

includes 6-chairs, table and 

crystal cut china 
was $4,500, now S t ,595, 
'Maple finish diningrm set, 

$690. 
'Five piece diningrm set 

$190. 

FACTORY CLOSE OUTS: 

'Queen 4-piece complete 

bedding set, includes frame 

& headboard, $250. 

•Butcher block diningroom set 

$100. 

'Black metal luton with 

mattress, $100. 

'3-piece cocktail table set, 

S79.95 
'Imported rugs, art, statues, 

and much more. 

IT'S WORTH YOUR DRIVE 

TO COME IN AND 

COMPARE PRICESH 

Celebrating our 

50th. Year. 

Hope to see you soon. 

WHOLESALE TO YOU 

BEST PRICES 

SHELDON CORD 

PRODUCTS 

2201 W. Devon, Chicago. 

We carry Thousands of new 

name brand furniture, items, 

at super low prices. 

Come in and check 

our prices. 

(773) 973-7070. 

OPEN 7 DAYS 

MON-FRI 9:30am-7:00pm 

SATURDAY 9:30am-6pm 

SUNDAY 1lam-4pm 



"DINING ROOM SET" 

Distressed plno, 6 chair 

traditional set w/2 loafs 

and matching sorvor. 

Hardly used, In pristine 

, cond. S700/bost. 

Call (847) 680-1966 

leave message. 



340 



Household Goods 
Furniture 



BLACK FOUR POSTER BED 
FRAME, S50; black leather 
sofa, $100; full mattress set, 
$50; dryer less than 1yr. old, 
$50; washer $50. (847) 543- 
1686. 



COUNTRY BLUE SOFA .& 
Loveseat. 2 matching end ta- 
bles & lamps. $600. 

(815)678-2342. 

CRAFTSMAN-STYLE OAK 
ROCKING CHAIR w/burgun- 
dy leather seat, new S300; 
5x8 rod Chapel wool braided 
rug, dk. jewel lories, new 
$150; The Friendly Village- 
dishes, 31 pes., vintage, SI 50; 
Casio elect, keyboard, $50. . 
(847)247-0186. 

DININGROOM SET. TABLE 
with two leafs, 5-chairs, and 
one king chair, beautiful glass 
doors with lights Inside, 
$1,500/besl. Amana Electric 
stove and while Westing- 
house 19cu.lt. slde-by-side 
refrigerator. Best offer. Like 
new bar stools, 6 for $100. 
(262)857-2148. 

DO YOU NEED TO 
SELL AN INEXPEN- 
SIVE ITEM FOR 
$100 OR LESS? 
GET YOUR AD IN THE 
11 "LAKELAND" HOME 
TOWN PAPERS, THE 
GREAT LAKES 
"BULLETIN 
& 
THE MARKET JOURNAL 
FOR ONLY $6 PER WEEK 
BY CALLING 
(847)223-6161 
ASK FOR LISA. 
EXT. 191 



ANTIQUE EARLY 1900'S set 
of 8 diningroom chairs, exc. 
cond. Appraised over $1 ,600, 
sell S1,200/best. (815) 568- 
2793, (847) 358-8409. 

BIG SCREEN TV 46" projec- 
tion, works great, $499. You 
pick-up In Wauconda. (847) 
526-0302. . 



LEATHER SOFA W/SIDE 
RECLINERS. 2yrs„ $850. 
(847) 662-7023. 



FOR SALE 

DININGROOM SET, 

71" tablo, 6 high back 

black fabric chairs. 

Best offer. 

(847) 587-7854. 



FOUR PC. LIVINGROOM 
sot, over stuffed, neutral col- 
ors, 5400/besl. Must sell. 
Step 2 child's bed, VW Bug 
style. $75/best. (847) 487- 
4326. 



FLU* SIZE HEADBOARD- 
WALL mount, honey oak ve- 
neer, built-in light, with 
shelves. Like newl Best oiler! 
Call (847) 265-6990. 

GE WHOLE HOUSE AIR 
CONDITIONER, 12.500BTU. 
Paid $450, asking S300. Di- 
ane (847) 731-3757. 

MAYTAG DISHWASHER, 
$150; Kitchen Aid Double 
Oven. S300; Whirlpool com- 
pactor, $75; all white. Amana 
gas 36" cook top w/Jenn Air 
Grill, black or white, $300. All 
great condition. (847) 566- 
6776. i 

MAYTAG WASHER,. $150; 
Kitchen Aid Double Oven, 
$300; Whirlpool compactor, 
$75; All white Amana gas 36" 
cook top w/Jenn Air Grill, 
$300. Black or white. Ail great 
condition. (847) 566-6776. 

MOVING SALE LIVING- 
ROOM set, incl. blue & tan 
sofa bed, loveseats, ottoman, 
coflee table, 2 end tables, 2 
lamps and matching tan re- 
cliner. All in very good cond. 
Dresser and misc. household 
items. Days (847) 270-9322, 
eves (847) 445-5236. . 

ORIENTAL RUG 9X12, 2 
shades blue/white, while 
fringe, low traffic, used in din- 
ingroom. $325. (847) 395- 
2829. 

PHILIPS MAGNAVOX PRO- 
JECTION TV. 52". $700/best. 
(647)263-1646. 

TWO FULL SOFAS w/pillow 
and cushions, earth tone col- 
ors, 3 seats on both, thick, du- 
rable material. Call for more 
details (847) 543-4323. 



348 



Lawn/Garden 



348 


Lawn/Garden 



350 


Miscellaneous 



MARIGOLDS 72 PLANTS, 
$9.95; Impallens, Begonias, 
48 plants, $11.95. Hanging 
baskets, Geraniums. Vegeta- 
ble plants. All pels, unruly 
children and grouchy spouses 
musl remain in the car. Ludy* 
|an (262) 547-0682. 



FOR SALE USED LAWN- 
MOWERS 12hp Craltsman 
Ryder, $600; 8hp Craltsman 
Ryder, $275. (847) 740-2415 
anytime alter 6pm. 



LAWN MOWERS $50 up to 
$90. (847) 546-4309. 



MUNGLE'S 

LANOSCAPINGI 

we do rr ALLt 

'Wood & Edge 

Flowor Bods 

Tree & Hodge 

Trimming 

'Mutch 

•Powor Wash or 

Staining, Docks & 

Fences 

Tilling, Small Flowor 

Bodi & Gardens 

'Spring Ctoon Up. 

Coll (847)845-8027. 

Pager (847) 369-0055, 

Homo (847) 223-1625. 

"FIREWOOD 

AVAILABLE 



King Sized Watorbod 
Full-molion malress 
As is-S50 
Super Single Watorbod. 
♦Like new!!! 
♦Semi-motionless. 
♦Used very little. 

$250 

Ask tor Rich or Linda 

847-336-1538 



RIBBONS FOR ALL Oc- 
caslons-50 for SB. Tol 
roder call (847)546-3708 
or visit our website | 
www.weddingsnstutf.com 



358 



Musical 

Instruments 



350 


Miscellaneous 



DO YOU NEED TO SELL 

THAT INEXPENSIVE ITEM 

FOR $100 OR LESS. 

GET YOUR AD IN THE 

11 HOME TOWN PAPERS 

THE 

GREAT LAKES 

BULLETIN 

& 

THE MARKET JOURNAL 

FOR ONLY $5 PER WEEK 

BY CALLING 

(847) 223-8161 

EXT 191 
ASK FOR LISA. 

ESCORT PASSPORT 4600, 
Radar Detector, mute, dim, 
smart shield, XK KA & lazer. 
(815)501-5803. 

FILM PRESERVATION 

Your old mo v to-Ill m 

converted to VHS tape 

or DVD 
Call Jim (847) 973-1022. 



BUY AND SELL string, per- 
cussion, woodwind, brass- 
wind. New and used. (224) 
577-8463, 

WALTHAM UPRIGHT PIANO 
in good condition with won- 
derful tone. Great piano lor 
beginning student. $350. Call 
Jean at (847) 548-7979 or 
(847)927-6316. 



360 



Pets & Supplies 



HOMEOWNERS WANTED!!!! 

Kayak Pools Is looking for 

demo hormsites to display 

our New 'Maintenance Free' I 

Kayak Pool, Save thousands J 

of SSS with this unique 

opportunity. Call Now!! 1 

1-800-31 KAYAK 
Discount code: 524-L15 



POOLCOOLI 
COOL-OFF IN NEW 
31' x 19* Family Siio Pool 

only $6291 
Includes Sun Dock. Fenco, 

Filter, Ladders. 

1007a Financing) (w.a.c.) 

Installation Arranged. 

HomeownersI Call 24/7! 

1-800-652-7946 



ADORABLE PETS 
AT BEST PETS, LTD. 

Siberian Huskey, Poodle, 

Cocker Spaniel, 

Rottweiler, Weslie. 

And medium mixed breeds. 

KITTENS. 

Birds, saltwater fish. All our 

puppies Vet checked, health 

guaranteed 

Specialized boarding. 

Grooming available. 

(B47J83B-BEST. 

M-F9am-7pm. 

Sal. 9am-Gpm. 

Closed Sunday, 

DACHSHUND MINI 

SMOOTH black & tan, 1st 
shots, vet checked, papers, 
6/wks , S400-S500, 5 males, 1 
female. Kenosha (262) 652- 
9877. . 

GUINEA PIGS FOR sale 
S14/each. Fish tank S14. 
(815)363-8992. 

PEKINESE PUPSACA. ready 
to go end ol June. $300/ea.. 
(815)546-6859. 

YML BIRD CAGES-TOYS- 
STANDS uplo 50% OFF Sug- 
gested Retail Prices! From 
parakeets to parrotsl Aquatic 
World (262) (262)567-7339. 




HOMEOWNERS WANTEDIII 

KAYAK Pools is looking for 

demo homesites to display 

our -\ 

New "Maintenance Free - 

Kayak Pool. Save thousands 

of $$$ with this unique 

opportunity. 
• CALL NOWII1 
(800)-31-KAYAK 
Oiscount Code: 521-L15. 



STOP 



WASTING TUWfi 
AND MONEY! 
Placb an ad with 

NEWSI»AI»LKS 

AND CBT Tf IB 
MSPONSU YOU need! 

B47-223-81G1 





HI, my name is Moose and when I'm 

riot hangin' with my girl on Halloween 

like to chase anything that moves. I 

scare unsuspecting strangers that 

walk by my yard by barking . . . 

LOUDLY. But I'm just saying u Hi"ll 



• 



' : .- ;i v,: - • • • 



iHF~ 






B26 /Lakeland Newspapers 



CLASSIFIEDS 



May 30, 2003 



1 



[jjj^^ . Over 300 000 MjiU Week • msSmM&l 

MEDIA 847"223-81 81 NEWSPAPERS 



368 



Tools & 
Macltlnerv 



SAND BLAST EQUIPMENT 
FOR SALE 6001b. Clemco 
Commercial Pol w/cov'er & 
screen, model 2452. 16011. 
'2in. hose with 2511. 1in. widlh 
Ventura nozzle. Complete 
protective helmet with air sup- 
ply, Idler system, plastic 
shields & repair parts. 300 
bags lOOlbs. ea ot slag 2040, 
medium grade 44(t semi- 
trailer with double rear & right 
side door entrance. Complete 
total business. S7.500/best 
(847) 244-7658, (847) 826- 
3138. 



370 



Warned To Buv 



SSSWANTED DIRECT TV 
EQUIPMENTS5S Will pay 
cash. Cenlral Trading Post. 
(847) 997-0038. 

SWEPAYCASHS 

TVS, DVD'S. 

HOME STEREOS, 

CAR STEREOS, 

POWER TOOLS, JEWELRY, 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, 

GAMES, ETC. 

(IN WORKING CONDITION). 

CALL TRADER JON'S 

(847)740-5000. 

A BUYER OF ITEMS before 
1950. wood furniture & misc 
One item or whole estate 
Good condition or restorable. 
(847)356-6261. 



♦ WANTED* 

STAND UP 

•BASKETBALL HOOP 

REASONABLY PRICED. 

CALL: 

(847)973-1585. 

LEAVE MESSAGE. 



Slot Machines WANTED- 
ANY CONDITION- or 
Pans. Also JUKE BOXES, 
MUSIC BOXES, Nickelo- 
deon and Coko Machines. 
Paying CASH) Call 
(630)985-2742. 



500 



Homes For Sale 



500 



11011119 For Sale 



SO DOWN HOMES' No Rent! 
Tax Repos & Foreclosures! 
Low or SO Down. No Credit 
OK. For Listings. (800)501- 
1777 ext 8308. 

ANTIOCH 2/3 ACRE, 1-bd. 
house & gar,, potential rezon- 
ing, S100K. (847) 838-5807 
eves. (847) 259-9600. ext. 
4B40 days. 

ANTIOCH. RECENT REHAB 
90% complete bring your 
paint brush. Lg 3/4 bdr. ibth. 
2%dn 5134.000 ez linance. 
Bad credit okay, Agent 
owned. (847)414-2277. 

ANTIOCH-5000 SQ.FT., NO 
BANK QUALIFYING/OWN- 
ER WILL FINANCE. 10% DN. 
8% INTEREST, Huge great 
rm/dining rm w/cathedrai ceil- 
ings & 5 skylights overlooks 
75' deck w/4 sliders. Open 
kitchen w/52 cabinet doors, 
skylight, & walk-In pantry. 
Master bd(26x22) w/sliders to 
hottub on deck, walk-in mas- 
ter ba. w.'double shower 
heads, Italian marble, jets etc 
6' wide open staircase dn to 
26x18 FR w/ FP. 30' bar, 4 
sliders to 75" patio. Kitchen 
w/breakfast bar. 22x22 bd, 
3rd bd/oliice. Lg. 2nd ba. 
w/huge garden tub, shower, 
double sinks. 1.5 ac by lake. 
S475.000. (847)838-0972. 

ANTIOCH-FOR SALE BY 
BUILDER. 2000sq It raised 
ranch. Many upgrades, in- 
cluding C/A & maintenance 
free exterior. Priced in low 
S200's. For more into call 
Rob or Ed Crowell at 
(847)343-8406 or (847)356- 
0682 

BEACH PARK FSBO- 
4BD/36A BRICK home, spec- 
tacular view, bsmt, 20x20 
master bdr tray ceilings to bal- 
cony 99x144 lot sz, 2-car de- 
lattached garage. 

(847)623-4936. 

BEACH PARK HOUSE WITH 
LAND 3-bd, 1-ba. home, 2 
acres, fenced, 3 car gar., 
tastefully remodeled, lire- 
place, deck, sheds and many 
more upgrades, Si 93,000. 
(847)815-8008, 

LAKE GENEVA AREA 2-bd , 
1-ba.. full bsml, 2-car gar., 
w/lakerighls, 5yrs. new. 
S1 19,000, (262)248-7169. 



500 



Humes For Sale 



CHANNELFRONT NEAR 
LAKE MATTHEWS-2 MI- 
NUTES BY BOAT TO PISTA- 
KEE BAY, LEASE, BUY 
LEASE-OPTION. 4BD/1BA., 
FRESHLY PAINTED, LG 
LR/DR COMBINATION, FR, 
KITCHEN. SI 0,000 DN, 
S17007MO. S205.000. 
(847)838-0972 

EAST SIDE WONDER LAKE 
5bd/3bth. full bsml. over 
3,000 sq.lt , 3 car htd garage, 
granite counter tops & ceram- 
ic tite throughout, cobblestone 
FP, lg backyard, lots of oak & 
upgrades. 

A Must See! 

S22O.0OO 

(815)653-9321. 

FARMETTE 5 ACRE, mT 
nuies north ol Lake Geneva. 
Wi. 3 barns, horses, 3-4 bed- 
rooms. 1-ba.. 2 porches, main 
laundry, 3/4 bsml., houses 
built in 1847, completely up- 
dated and remodeled. Barns 
renovated and new roofs on 
everything 1 Currently 3 stalls 
in horse barn wilh room lor 6 
more. Excellent location, mi- 
nutes from Hwys. 12 & 43. 
Endless possibilities, 

S280.000. Call (or appt. 
(262)723-8034. (262) 203- 
2718 

FOX CHASE SUB. Grayslake 
Schools/Attached home. 3- 
bd . 1-1/2 ba, familyroom, liv- 
ing rm & dining rm, w/hrdwd. 
Doors, new carpet, window 
seal overlooks pond, profes- 
sionally landscaped, brick pa- 
lio, Si 71,900. No association 
fee. OPEN" HOUSE Sun., 1- 
4pm. 2314 Hunters Ln. 
(847)445.4231. 

FOX LAKE 3-BD., 2-ba. 
ranch, master ba. w/jacuzzi & 
sep shower, double fenced 
lot, backs up to park, gazebo, 
2-car gar,, lakerights. Motivat- 
ed seller. S1 53.000. (847) 
973-9747. 

FOX LAKE BEAUTIFUL 
NEWER 2-sly home w/view ol 
Fox Lake. 3bd/2.5blh. Bright 
<nshed bsmt, Inshd oversized 
garage. $21 7,500. OPEN 
HOUSE Sun. March 23. 1pm- 
4pm. 93 Mark Ln. (847)587* 
4569 

GAGES LAKE 2-BD., 1-ba.. 
new oak & granite kitchen. 
new bath, oak 6/panel doors, 
new windows. 2-1/2 car all. 
gar., C/A. one house Irom 
lake, across Irom park, priva- 
cy fence, corner lot. 
S155.000. (847)548-4234. 

GINSBERGS ASSOCIATES 
PRIVATE REAL ESTATE 
INVESTORS 
Own your own homo 
with a small down payment 
and wo otter lease w/oplion 
to buy & land contract 
purchases. Or use your' 
own financing. Down pay- 
ment w/ Good Credit or 
10% down w/bad credit. No 
bank qualifying and wo will 
carry tho financing. All 
credit considered. 
We 
always have 
several 3-bds., 2-ba., 2-car 
• gar., homes In the 
Chain O'Lokos areas, Lake 
& McHonry Counties. 
If you ore behind In your 
mortgage payments, or 
need to sell your homo but 
can't gel out your equity; 
wo buy houses. 
* Lease w/optlon to 
purchase 
'Direct Purchase 
'Land Contracts 
* Rentals 
Call Scotl 
(847)293-2000 Today. 
WE'RE HERE TO HELP. 

GINSBERG & ASSOCIATES 
PRIVATE REAL ESTATE 
INVESTORS. 
ANTIOCH-3BR/2BA/1.S Car 
garage home. Located on 
wide channel to Channel 
Lake. 
42326 Willow 
Quick closing. No bank quali- 
fying SI 29,900, SI 0,000 down 
S1295/per mo. Owner will sell 
outright or carry financing on 
a Land Contract. 

" Scott 
(847)293-2000. 

MCHENRY-RECENT REHAB 
3BDR/1BTH. 2% dn 
S134.000 ez finance. ■ Bad 
credit okay. Agent 

owned.(847)778-3466. 



GOV'l 
FORECLOSURES 

Antioch 2bdS1 01 K 

lngleside3bdS116K 

Mundeleln3bdS181K 

Round Lake 3bdSl 21 K 

Winlhrop Harbor 3bd SI 18K 

Waukegan 4bd S68K 

Gurnee Schools 3bd S219K 

Zion3bdS81K 

North Chicago 3bd S70K 

And Many More 

Homes & Areas 

NCL Realty (847)401-3700. 

GRAYSLAKE, LOCATION- 
CONVENIENCE-CHARMI 
Don't miss this gracious 4 
bdrm., 2.1 balh colonial! Huge 
master bdrm. w/silllng area, 9' 
ceilings, FP in FR, bsmt., C/A, 
2-car garage and more! 
S309.000. ROUND LAKE, 
ADORABLE-AFFORDABLE! 
Nice ranch olfers 3 bdrm., 2 
bath, eat-In kitchen, mstr. 
bdrm. w/full bath, ail applian- 
ces, C/A, finished den in full 
bsmt. HWA 13 Mo. Home 
Warranty! $154,500. 
C/21-RussGwallney 
(847) 223-4800. 



GREAT VALUE 

S1 57,000 

3-bd. ranch. fr„ frpl., C/A, 

1 -1/2 ba, 2-1/2 car gar., 

Grayslake Schools 

OPEN HOUSE 

Sal. & Sun, 

12-4pm. or by appt. 

(847) 546-7209. 

1208 Oak Terrace 

Round Lake Beach 

(off of Hainesville Rd ). 



500 



Homes For Sale 



500 



Homes For Sale 



JOHNSBURG GRANT OF 
EASEMENT TO A waterfront 
lot on Fox River. Ranch w/2 
poss.3bd., 2-ba, home on ap- 
proXi 1/2 ac. Formal Dr., fam. 
rm,, loft, all appls., C/A, 2-1/2 
car gar. Bring the kids, boat & 
water toys. $223,900. Century 
21 Care, call Carol (815) 344- 
4240. 



GURNEE 3-BD.. 2-BA., 2-car 
gar., fin. bsmt. w/4lh bd., 
fenced yd., patio, shed, 
$259,900. (847) 997-7485. 
OPEN HOUSE, 4/27, 1pm- 
4pm. 36135 Banbury Ct. 

GURNEE BY OWNER 
1012 SURREY CT/STONEY 

BROOK SUB DIV. 
48D/2.5ba, Colonial. On 
beautiful lot, great cul-da-sac 
neighborhood. Gorgeous view 
from multi-level deck; 
S31 9.900. (847)530-4370. 

GURNEE PRICES TOO 
HIGH7 Just 20 mins. N. of 
Grand Ave. A cute 3-bd., 2- 
1/2 ba„ + loft, frpl,. dining- 
room, livlngroom, fin. bsmt.. 
professionally landscaped & 
fenced, S21 9,500. 10B22 67th 
PL, Kenosha. Wise. F.S.B.O. 
(262)694-6291. 

GURNEE .RANCH-CORNER 
LOT, huge yd w/deck. 
3bd/1.5bth, living/dining area, 
25x25 great rm w/woodburn- 
ing FP. 2 car garage, lots ol 
upgrades. Must see to appre- 
ciate, S189,000/prlce negotia- 
ble. (847)356-7785. 

GURNEE RAV1NIA WOODS 
4-bd., 2-1/2 ba., 3-car gar., 
frpl., bsmt., lg. fenced yd., 
prvt. cul-de-sac. Close to I -94. 
Asking S307.900. Call for 
appt. or OPEN HOUSE Sat. & 
Sun., 1pm-5pm. 992 Knowles 
Rd. (847) 363-0394. 

HOME SELLERS 
Fast Salo. Just Days. 

No agont needed. 

Simple! "Miracle" sales 

technique. Top Dollar. 

All cash. Easy! Tested! 

Provenl Free Report. 

1-888-209-3417. 

INGLESIDE 4-BD. RANCH, 2 
lull bas., det. gar., lakerights, 
In-ground pool. Many more 
ammenilies In the upper 
S200's. Call for Info. 
(847)587-7341. 

INGLESIDE F.S.B.O. CUS- 
TOM LOG HOME, 

2,450sq.ft., 3-bd., 2-1/2 ba.. 
2-1/2 car gar., 3/4 acre, unfin. 

bsmt. also 2, 400sq.it House 
surrounded by 50yr. old ever- 
greens, many extras. Must 
see to appreciate. S349.000. 
(847)650-6859. 

INGLESIDE-BRK/CDR, 
OVERSZD CUSTOM 

5bd/3.5ba. Private Lk 
view/Fish, stn FP, oak, IH 
Vac, Intercom & Jaqu. 
S350.000. OPEN HOUSE 
Sal. & Sun, 1pm-5pm. 35168 
Ellen Or.(815)4B5-2713. 

LAKE VILLA BEAUTIFUL 4- 
bd., 2-1/2 ba.. Grayslake 
Schools, dose to everything. 
OPEN HOUSE Sun., 11am- 
5pm. 1913 N.E. Oak- Tree 
Trail. Watch lor signs. 
5239,000.(847)231-4504 



Off the Beaten Path® by Eric 



Hodcckcf 



JOHNSBURG SCHOOLS- 

3BDR/2BA HOME, C/A, 

Fnshed lower level w/FP & 

Bar. 2 car att garage. 

Fncd yd w/2 tier deck & 

8 person hot tub. 

Chain O'Lakes Access. 

Just Reduced 

SI 74,500. 

Call tor appointment 

(847)497-4706. 

LAKE GENEVA. WISC. new 
construction house. 3-bd., 2- 
ba., full bsmt, and plumbed 
for future cathedral ceilings, 
2-car gar., w/mud room, 
SI 59,000. (262)749-9573. 

LAKE VILLA 3,250+SQ.FT. 
LAKE ACCESS 1 block to 
beach and boat slip, Just 
across a deck to your pool, 
secluded yd, w/mature pines. 
4-bd., 2-1/2 ba., spacious 
home. Dream kitchen with 
separate eating area, opens 
to large family with brick fire- 
place, 2 story grand foyer, 
den wilh french glass doors, 
first floor laundry, livingroom 
with fireplace opens to dining- 
room, master suite with fire- 
place & vaulted ceiling, mas- 
ter balh with whirlpool tub, 
separate shower & large 
walk-in closet, 1,800sq.ft. tin. 
bsmt, 3-car gar. Lots more to 
see online at: 

http://home.att.net/-plhome 
5396.000.(847)356-6421. 

LAKE VILLA BRICK Iri-level, 
3-bd., 1-1/2 ba., 2.5-car gar., 
shed, on 3/4 acres. Under 
Contract. (847)356-1816. 

LAKE VILLA PAINTEO 
LAKES SUB. Spacious 2- 
story, in cul-de-sac, 4-bd., 2.1 
ba., 2-car gar,, lg. den, living- 
room, diningroom, lg, kit, 
w/famllyroom, 3 season room. 
A must see. Many upgrades. 
Antioch School Dlst. 34. 
$283,900. (847) 356-9737. 

LAKE VILLA SPACIOUS 
4bd/2ba. W/lnshd bsmt, FP, 
cathedral ceilings, 2-car ga- 
rage & deck. Lk Villa grade 
schools & Gryslk High School. 
$204,900. (847)548-6328. 

LAKE VILLA-ALL GRAY- 
SLAKE Schools. 3bdr/2.5bth, 
full fnshd bsmt, hrdwd firs in 
Family rm. 2 car att. garage. 
Fenced in yd w/dble deck. 
S224.900. (847)548-9081. 

LAKEFRONT/FOX LAKE 

CHAIN O'LAKES-FABULOUS 
2.3 acres. Newer 3bd/2ba . 
brick ranch. Oak trim, stone 
FP, decks, seawall, 2 car & 
Scar garages. Much more. 
5569,000. 

(847)395-0501. 

LINDENHURST-FSBO 
3br/2ba, FR w/FP, 2 c/att 
garage. S1 84,900. 
(847)265-0643, 

MCHENRY. HOME OFF Bull 

Valloy Rd.. Totally updated, 

3bd/1.5ba„ 2-car, Has owners 

upscale decorating, FR.LR. 

DR, Kit., patio. Just move In- 

nothing to do. 

Immaculate. S197.500. 

(847)838-0972. 

MCHENRY. IN TOWN 3-bd., 
2-ba Iri-level, fam. rm, all 
appls., C/A. atl. gar.* fenced 
yd. S1 79.900. Century 21 
Care, call Carol (815) 344- 
4240. . 

MISSION HILLS-4319 110TH 
St-Pleasant : Prairie, Wi. 
3bd/2ba Ranch, 1/2 acre, 
many upgrades. Fnshd bsmt 
w/4bd, 2.5 car garage, 
Shed/cottage w/lolt..1 mln to 
Illinois border & 5min to I94. 
5275,000. 

(262)694-0930 
(262)496-5565-cell. 

MUNDELEIN LONG MEAD- 
OW ESTATES 2-story, 4-bd., 
lg. . master suite. 2-1/2 ba., 
familyroom w/frpl., bsmt, 
gourmet kitchen, lormat din- 
ingroom. Lg. rooms, tons of 
storage, 3-car att. gar, 
(847)837-9862. 



MUNDELEIN SPACIOUS 4- 
BD., 2-ba., 2-1/2 car gar. 
w/workshop, corner lot. Move- 
In cond. Realtors Welcome. 
$269,900. 414 Woodlawn. 
(847) 833-4482. 

MUNDELEIN-BY OWNER 
5BD RAISED Ranch, 1.5ba, 

full deck, full fnshd bsmt/ 

perfect for In-laws. S2 19,000. 

Close anytime. 

(847)409-3283 or 

ilisdave@webtv.net , 



MUNGLE'S 

LANDSCAPING! 

WEDOITALLI 

SPRING CLEAN UPI 

•Wood & Edge 

Flower Beds 

Tree & Hodgo 

Trimming 

•Mulch 

'Power Wash or 

Staining, Decks & 

Fences 

Tilling, Small Flowor 

Bods & Gordons 

Coll (847)845-8027, 

Pager (847) 369-0055, 

Homo (847) 223-1625. 

"FIREWOOD 

AVAILABLE 



NEW COMPANY IN 

Illinois 

Will buy or lease your 

homo. 

All cash or lease w/the 

option to purchase. All 

price ranges, any 

condition. 

No equity, Behind on 

payments, No problem. 

1-(800)908-5870 Ext 2 

24-Hour recorded 

message. 



RE/MAX GRAND 
WE KNOW YOUR 
NEIGHBORHOOD 

847-587-8200 
Fox Lake/lngleside 

847-356-8212 

Lake Vitla/Llndenhurst 

847-395-8222 Antioch 

847-740-8201 

Round Lake 

815-344-8293 

McHenry/PIslakee. 

Highlands 

BUYING OR 

SELLING 

GIVE US A CALL 

TODAY. 



You Ve been eating armor again, 
haven't you? 




NORTH CHICAGO F.S.B.O. 
Fully rehabbed brick, 4 unit, 
2-br., 1-ba., lin, bsmt. wilh 
washer/dryer, Tenants pay 
gas & elec. Appraised at 
$225,000, priced for quick sell 
at' 5215,000, Conv. Fin. Seri- 
ous Inquiries ONLY! For de- 
tails call (847)514-4038. 

OWN YOUR OWN HOME 

WITH OUR LEASE TO 

PURCHASE PROGRAM 

In your area. 

Low down payment. 

All credit considered. 

2, 3, 4 bedroom avail. 

(847)722-0269. 

OWNER BUILT HOME In 
Twin Lakes. 2x6 construction, 
cedar & vinyl ext., 3bd/1.5blh. 
fnshd English Bsmt, 2.5 car 
garage, many extras, great lo- 
cation, 5169,000. Call tor de- 
tails. (262)877-831 2 atl 5pm. 

PROBLEM SOLVING 

HOME PURCHASES. 

ANY PRICE OR AREA. 

24HR. TOLL-FREE 

RECORDED MESSAGE. 

1-866-617-2842. 



REDUCED-ROUND LAKE 
1/3 ACRE-604 Nippersink • 
2600 sq.ft. 4 bedroom/3 bath, 
whirlpool, finished basment 
and fireplace, 5215,000. 
(647)546-4105. 

ROUND LAKE 3-BD., 1-ba. 
ranch. Oak kit. Mrs., lg. clos- 
ets, unlin. bsmt., 2-1/2 gar., 
fenced yd. Walk to train. 
■SI 44,000. (262)857-3643. 

ROUND LAKE BEACH 
F.S.B.O. 4-bd., 2-1/2 ba., lull 
lin. bsmt,, lg fenced yd., deck, 
cul-de-sac, 2-car gar, Gray- 
slake Schools. Relocating. 
Seller motivated. S199.500! 
(847)356-2291. . 

ROUND . LAKE HEIGHTS 
F.S.B.O. 3-bd., 2-ba., 2-car. 
. 1-1/2yrs„ new, rarjeh w/lull 
bsmt., upgrades galore, Ja- 
cuzzi, huge fenced, yd., 
w/25xi3ll. deck, Lake Villa 
Schools. S229.000. (630) 
546-0352, (847) 740-0833. ' 



ROUND. LAKE BEACH 
F.S.B.O. Priced to sell 
$104,900. Cape Cod, 2-bd., 
1-ba., newly remodeled, - in- 
cluding flooring, cabinets and 
counter tops. Freshly painted, 
large fenced In back yd., all 
appls stay. Motivated sellers. 
No Realtors. (847)740-8945, 
(847)445-8179. 



ROUND LAKE BEACH Lake 
Vlllo/Grayslake Schools, 
OPEN HOUSE 5/3, 5/4, 2535 
N. Orchard, 12-4pm. 4-bd., 
2-ba., fin. bsmt., Pergo floors, 
prof, landscaped, $246,900 
(847) 265-6580. 

ROUND LAKE BEACH LG 3- 
bdr house w/full bsml. 6 car 
parking, couple thousand 
back at closing will build you a 
nice gar.. New siding, kitchen, 
balh, roof. Pergo floors, oak 
cabinets. Close to everything, 
must seel ASKING $139,900. 
Call for details. (847)845- ' 
1125-Mlchelle, 

ROUND LAKE HEIGHTS 2yr. 
new home; 2-bd., 1-1/2 ba., 
loft. Lake Villa Schools. (847) 
740-282(5. 

ROUND LAKE PARK-2 bdr 
cape cod, newly remodeled, -. 
must see, S98.000. (847)740- 
8318. 

ROUND LAKE-FSBO 2STY, 

I900sq ft. 3bd/2.5bth, Vaulted 

ceiling, ceramic tile, maple 

kitchen cabinets. All appli. 

Master ste w/master bth 

w/whirlpool tub. Many extras. 

bsmt, prof, landscaped, fncd 

yd w/aggregate patio, BIG 

HOLLOW SCHOOL. Broker 

co-operation. 5239,900. 

. OPEN HOUSE 

SUNDAY 1-4PM 

243 SWITCHGRASS DR 

(847)322-3959. 

round Take/valley 

LAKES. Beautiful home 
$345,000.00. (773)637-7531. 

ROUNDLAKE BEACH/SUT- 
TON-ON-THE LAKE Sub dtv. 
FSBO-2yr old/2sty Colonial. 
3bd/1.5blh, lull English Bsmt. 
C/A, ADT Sec. Sys. All ap- 
pli's. Lg Deck, 2car atl. ga- 
rage. $185,000. (847)356- 
6788 Lve Msg. 

SALEM HOME-S175.000. 

3BD/2BA, 1.5 story country 

home on 2/3 acre, easy 

commute to Illinois, priced 

below appraised value. 

21921 83rd St 

(608)825-2141. 

SALEM, WI- NEWER home, 
over 1/2 acre wooded lot 
w/mature oak trees.- Brick,- ce- 
dar front. Over 2000 sq ft:' 2- 
sty has FP, 4bd/2.5ba, 1st 
lloor laundry,.. (Oil. bsmt, C/A, 
oak trim.' Attached garage & 
more quality Built. 5219,900. 
(262)843-4002. 

SILVER LAKE, WISC. 2 story 
Cape Cod home. 4-bd., 2-ba., 
fenced yd., w/mature oak 
trees, lg, deck, on double lot. 
Abundance ol closets & stor- 
age. Asking -5131,900. 
(262)767-9942 lor appl. 



SLOCUM LAKEFRONT. 
LEASE -Purchase. Total re- 
model just completed. 3.5bd. . 
2.5 car garage. $5000/option 
dn-51250/mo. All credit 
considered. 
27337 Bayview- Island Lake 
(847)778-7874. 

SPRING GROVE AREA 
F.S.B.O. 2-1/2 story house, 3- 
bd., 2-ba. wAvhlrlpool tub, 
double lot, 2nd lot on Chan- 
nel, lg. deck, $145,000. (847) 
497-9721 -alter 6pm. 

SPRING GROVE BREEZY 
LAWN 4-bd„ 3-1/2 ba., 2- 
story, on one acre, huge 
grealroonr w/frpl., kit. break- 
fast room, diningroom, full 
bsmt. w/ba. partially fin., 2-1/2 
car gar. 5319,900. REMAX 
Advantage, Karen Jedele 
(847)650-3406. 

STEVENSON HS-CONTEM- 

PORARY BRICK Ranch, 2.75 

Acres(Possible 

subdivide)W/4bds, 2-Story 

Greatrm & whlpls. 5594,900. 

B. Dianne Edgar, 

RE/MAX Showcase "■- 

(847)388-7513. 

SUBMIT YOUR LAKELAND 
CLASSIFIED ADS ON THE 

INTERNETI 
Visit Iakelandmedta.com to 
place your ads conveniently. 
Ads appear on the Internet, In 
all. Lakeland Papers... The 
Great Lakes Bulletin and The 
Market Journal tor ; only 
524.00 for 4 lines (approxi- 
mately 16 words), then only 
.60c for each additional line. 

TWO STORY HOUSE 
$275,000. 3,200sq.ft., West 
Miltmore, dead end street, 4- 
bd., 2-1/2 ba„ molher-in-law 
apt., bsmt., 2-car gar.. 16x16 
shed, double lot, hot tub and 
gym, new kitchen, owner 
down sizing. (847)356-1664 
alter 6pm. 

VALLEY LAKES SUB DIV. 
New 2yr old home, on mature 
lot, 2000+sq ft. ranch. High 
volume ceilings, 3bdr/2bth, 
open lloor plan, has den, liv- 
ing rm, dining rm, family rm, 
w/3 sided gas FP. Sliding 
glass doors .to deck, huge 
master suite w/cathedral ceil- 
ings, w/whirlpool bath, & walk- 
in closet, walk-out bsml, back . 
up to pond & wetlands, 2 car 
attached garage, A/C, laundry 
rm on main lloor, , ail . appli's 
Stay." $275,000. (847)740- 
6830. 
www.goneho m e,com/034364. 

VOLO 4 LARGE bd. Colonial, 
1/2 acre lot. full bsmt., C/A, 
exc. cond. & location. 27570 

Volo Village Rd, Currently an- 
tique shop, zoned ^commer- 
cial. 5255,000. v Call Joyce 
_ (815)759-1330; 

WADSWORTH CONTEMPO- 
RARY 4-BD./ 2-ba„ 2:5 car' 
gar., huge deck, ■ Gurnee 
Schools, 2 frpls. No realtors. 
S298,000, (847) 366-8204, 

WAUCONDA F.S.B.O.' 4-BD., 
2-1/2 ba., deck & gazebo, 
proleslonally landscaped, 
"Must see, lo oppreclate. 
$275,000. (847) 526-9692. No 
Realtors. 



••■ 



May 30, 2003 



CLASSIFIEDS 



Lakeland Newspapers I B27 



^BB^^ • Over 300 000 Readers E»* Week 

media 847-223-81 61 



NEWSPAPERS 



500 



Homes For Sale 



WAUCONDA 
2-bd.,2-fullba„ 2-1/2 car 

gar., meticulously 

maintained home comes 

with rights to 3.5 acre 

private waterfront property 

and 300' of sandy beach, 

boat launch, mooring on 

beautiful Bangs Lake, 

S179.900. 

Must see to appreciate. 

(847) 526-6012. 



WAUCONDA SCHOOLS 3- 
BO.. 1-ba., C/A, frpl., lin. 
bsml. w/bar, ext bd , deck, 8 
person hot tub, wooden play 
set w/house,, oversized shed, 
2-car unattached gar,, lenced 
yd., lakeview. S184,000. 
OPEN HOUSE Sun! 4/27, 
BAM-4PM., 27543 N. Leyte, 
(847) 526-5697. 



WEBUYHOMESCASH.COM 
(630) 268-7908. 

WILDWOOD FULL UPGRAD- 
ED ranch. Bsmt., 4-bd„ 1-1/2 
ba., new kit. & much more. 
14x40 deck w /he a ted gazebo, 
cable TV, Thermal spa, extra 
tg. fenced-in yd 22x34 2-story 
heated gar. Lakerights to Ga- 
ges Lake, S237.000. (847) 
814-69707 

WILOWOOD HOUSE 3-BD., 
2-ba., double lot. Large mas- 
ter bedroom w/private ba.. 8 
rooms, big bright kit., large 
2.5 gar. New root, appls . fin. 
walk out partial bsmt.. lake 
rights. S1 78,000. (847) 223- 
4372. 

ZION 2 UNIT, great invest- 
ment. Earn S1.460/mo. Rents 
last. F.S.B.O SI 29.900 
(262)844-2038. 

ZION VERY LARGE 4-bd.. 2- 
ba. ranch home, double lot, 
next to park, lull lin. bsmt., 
kitchen has large eating area 
with. doors to yd.. new,apF#s„. 
ceramic floors.. Ireshly paint- 
ed, fenced yd w/att. gas grill. 
$1 34.000 to buy, or Si .200 to 
rent. Very well maintained 
properly, Koenig & Strey 
GMAC, Craig (847) 624-6184. 

ZION-4BD/2BA 2.5 CAR ga- 
rage. All remodeled SI 42,000. 
Waukogafi-2bd. full fnshed 
bsmt, all remodeled. 
5124.000.(847)338-4145. 



504 



Homes For Kent 



ANTIOCH 4-BD. HOUSE, ide- 
al (or small family. Large yd., 
gar., lakerights, avail, immedi- 
ately, Sl.OOO/mo. + sec. dep. 
(847) 395-2727 leave mess. 

ANTIOCH EXECUTIVE 

HOME FOR RENT-PERFECT 
FOR ROOMMATES or IN- 
LAW ARRANGEMENT. 

2,500 sq ft main levef, 2500 
sq 11. down. Main level 
w/26x22 master bd, 1.5 ba 
w/doublo shower/jots, 

LR.DR, hugo kitchen w/52 
cabinets, laundry, 5 sliders 
to 75 ft deck w/hottub, 6 
skylights. 6-n open stair- 
case down to 26x18 family 
rm w/30' bar, full kitchon, 
22x22 bd, 3bd, full ba w/lg 
garden tub, shower, FP, 5 
sliders to patio. 2-car, 1.5 
ac. by lake. 1 SI 500 per room- 
mate or S3000/mo. 

(847)838-0972. 

BEACH PARK COUNTRY liv- 
ing, spacious 3-bd., 2-ba., 2- 
car att. gar., deluxe. No pets. 
No Section. (847) 872-9776, 
(847)578-9711 

CHANNEL FRONT HOME 
near Lake Matthews/2 mi- 
nutes by boat to Pistakee 
Bay. 4bd/1ba, freshly painted. 
LR, combo FR/DR, kitchen. 
S1700/mo. (8^7)838-0972, 



504 



Moines For Kent 



FOX LAKE LAKEFRONT Va- 
cation living everyday. Huge 
4-bd., 2-ba., 2200sq.lt, home. 
pier 4 |g. deck, Avail, immedi- 
ately. 51,600/mo. (847). 292- 
1825. 

FOX LAKE/SPRING GROVE 
AREA, 2-bd. duplex, pvl. en- 
try, yd. prvileges, S775/ma. + 
sec. & ret., Includes heat. No 
pets. (847) 587-2545. 

FOX LAKE/SPRING GROVE 
AREA, 2/3 bd., 2-ba., newly 
remodeled, huge lot, 1 -car att. 
gar, SI, 300. Call Mike (630) 
788-7355, 

GURNEE TOWNHOME-THIS 
3BD/2BA doesn't look like ev- 
ery "other"' townhome. Has 
owner's beautiful & unique 
decorating , flair throughout. 
Kitchen has new 

counter tops/cab me Is, break- 
fast rm. dining rm, living rm, 
master bdrm & lott up (over- 
look:; living rm), partially fin- 
ished bsmt, lots of storage In- 
other hall of bsmnl, 2-car at- 
tached, end unit. Gurnee 
schools, Stonebrook Sub., 
S1700/mo. (847)838-0972. 

GURNEE-NEWER 4BD COL- 
ONIAL. Den, family rm, lull 
bsmt. Located on cul-da-sac 
in "The Conservancy". Avail 
July 1st, long term ok. Possi- 
ble purchase. S2,600/mo. 
(847)477-8311. 

INGLESIDE 3-BD., 2-BA. Iri- 
level. Si ,899, built in 1998. 
(847)973-1751. 

INGLESIDE LAKEFRONT 
COACH HOUSE quiet neigh- 
borhood, 1-bd., 1-ba.. deck, 
pvt. parking, beautilul views. 
S6007mo + sec. Avail. 7/1 
poss. sooner. (847) 587-7525. 

INGLESIDE NEAR METRA 1- 
bd. apt., gas & electric Includ- 
ed. S900/mo. (815) 485-2713. 

INGLESIDE NEAR METRA 4- 
bd , 2.5 ba. house. 
3.400+sq.ft., S2.500/mo. (815) 
485-2713. . 

ISLAND . LAKE-2BR/2BA, 
GAR, cath ceil, all appl, near 
Fox. NOSMOKE/PETS. 

S1.050/MO + utils. PICS 
AT; www.leifel.com/trade- 
wlnds html (847)875-8819. 

LAKEFRONT HOME-2BD, 
PIER on motor boat lake, Ig 
deck overlooking lake, com- 
pletely remodeled, 
S1,200/mo. 1st & last + 1 mo 
sec. Avail 6/1. 
Call Sharon (847)370-9330. 



LONG LAKE AREA Small 2- 
bd, house near lake. Stove, 
refrigerator, washer/dryer, 
nice yd. S775/mo. (847) 295- 
0105. * 

MUNDELEIN-EXECUTIVE 

HOME FOR RENT OR 

LEASE-OPTION-PERFECT 

• FOR ROOMMATES. 

Contemporary beauty on 

Midlothian near Sylvan 

Lake. All brick ranch w/4bd. 

each w/own dock, 3ba, bar, 

brkfst rm., DR LR, FP In 

hugo master, 3-car garage. 

Almost 5 ac. Very private. 

$600,000 home. $4,500/mo. 

(847)838-0972. 

ROUND LAKE BEACH 1-bd. 
house, screened in back 
porch, front deck, 1-1/2 car 
gar., avail. 6/1. S535/mo. + 
sec. dep. 1203 Idlewiid. (847) 
740-7570. 

ROUND LAKE-TREEHOUSE 
IN .THE WOODS Rent or 
lease option. 3-bd., 2-1/2 ba 
townhome, 2-car gar. Short 
terra OK. Sl.450/mo. globe- 
phop.com (847)218-0113, 



/instate 



I -800-Allstate 



RADCBEDIT? 

- •-' C^n/rofinance.yodr'ownrwrTW.-/. 

■ .7F6f9Cldaure,'bankruptey'allOK, 

■ iVy ;scanlaji Realty h^s'prlvatelnv'aetora';- 

'■■ '._•: '•■ < ;i'-\' i ' no banks Ihyptvbd, " . '.".'. '.' 

'■'■/'■ '•'/ www.scarilanreallyicorn '-. V; 

rHV|Siji'tlli*^ (816) 444*0400.or 

^^it^Soe hftbla espenol? Call; (815) 243-1451 ,, 




504 



Homes For Rent 



ROUND LAKE/HAINES- 

VILLE TOWNHOME-JUST 
LIKE NEW. 3BD/1.5BA, 2- 
CAR, STUDY OFF KITCHEN. 
CRANBERRY LAKES. 

51,450/MO INCLUDES ALL 
UTILITIES.. (847)838-0972. 



SLOCUM LAKEFRONT 
RENT to Purchase. Total re- 
model just completed. 3.5bdr* 
2.5 car garage. S5000/option 
dn-S1250/mo. All credit 
considered. 
27337 Bayview Island Lake 
(847)778-7874. 

SPRING GROVE HOUSE 1-2 
bdrms., bsmt., laundry, 1-car 
gar., double lot, just remod- 
eled, $975/mo. + deposit, 
avail. 6/1. (847) 223-0004." 

TWIN LAKES. WISC. Huge 3- 
bd. house w/gar. & bsmt., grt, 
location, near lake, 

S1,095/ma (262) 537-4410. 

TWO BEDROOM LAKE- 
FRONT. C/A, laundry, deck, 
pier privacy, low utilities. Must 
see to appreciate, pets wel- 
come. $1,2007mo. Avail. 6/1. 
(847) 740-6516 leave mess. 

TWO HOUSES FOR RENT 
Avail. June 1st. 2-bd., 1-ba., 
one w/yd & off street parking. 
No Section 8. No pets. S750 
& S90O + sec.; credit check & 
ref. lyr. lease for both. (847) 
872-4086. 

WHY ARE YOU RENTING? 
Mortgage payments will be 
less than your rent pay- 
ment. -Everybody gets a 
home. No down payment 
home loans available. No 
costs consultation. Call Tom 
Ischkum. 847-605-8287. 

999 Plaza Dr.. Sch. ILL 

WILDWOOD 3-BD., 1-1/2 ba.. 
2-car gar,, S1.200/mo. +• 
2/mos. sec. dep. (B47) 360- 
8399. 

WINTHROP HARBOR DU- 
PLEX Nice & quiet. 2-bd., 
w/new kit. & bath. Bsmt., gar.. 
A/C. No pets. S835/mo. + utll. 
(847) 223-6269. 



508 


Homes Wanted 



WANTEDI 
HOMETORENT1 
FAMILY IN NEEDI 
Hard working mom seeks 3-4 
bedroom home or a 2 Hal in 
Lake County. It's like this. 
My children and I are expect- 
ing a new addition to our life, 
full-time "Grandma". So we 
need some extra room. Due 
to some disability, we hope to 
find a ranch or 2 story with 
one of the bedrooms, bath- 
rooms & laundry on main lev- 
el. We're so happy to have 
grandma come. Although we 
have great references and 
good credit, we can only al- 
lord S850/mo„ w/no utilities 
included orS1,000/mo. with 
water/heat included. We'll 
sign lease, first, last. We're 
clean, protessionat. No ani- 
mals. Please contact this 
good family with home. 
Patty (847) 370-4465. 



WANTEDI VACANT 

HOMES1 STOP MAKING 
PAYMENTS ON AN EMPTY 
HOUSE. Will pay lair market 
value if you'll lease w/oplion 
to purchase 12 ro 24 months; 
(847)838-0972. 



514 



Contlos 
Totvnltomes 



BEAUTIFUL 2-BD, CONDO 
lor rent In Vernon Hills, re- 
modeled, frpl!, frehch doors, 
walk-In closet, spacious attic 
for storage, S1,l00/mo. (773) 
230-8111. 

FOR SALE OR LEASE Spa- 
cious, bright, new Grayslake 
Townhome. 2-bd., 2-ba„ 
raised ranch, Ig deck offers 
"wooded view. Upgrades 
throughout kit., livingroom & 
dlningroom, 2-stall gar. 
5184,900. (847) 362-0640, 



FOX LAKE 
VACATION VILLAGE 
2bd/1btri. Newly remod- 
eled, new appli, new car- 
peting, hew storm doors. 
Musi See 1 ! 
(847)5B7.9580. 



514 



Condos 
Townliomes 



FOX LAKE TOWNHOUSE 
FOR RENT, 2-bd., 1.5 ba., 

close to Metra & lake, laun- 
dry, pool. 1 -1/2 mo. dep. Avail \ 
6/1or7/l.S800/mo. ' 
(262)249-8901. 

FT. SHERIDAN BRICK hlstor- 
ic lownhouso, visit: 
lortsheridanbyowner.com 
3465,000.(847)881-9950. 

GLENVIEW F.S.B.O. 2-BD., 
2-ba., w/den, 2yr. old bldg. 
Great location, 5395,000 
(847)477-1803. 

GURNEE 

GREYSTONE TOWNHOME- 

NEWER 2bd/1.5ba. LR.DR, 

2-car gar. All' appl's & window 

trtmnts stay, ceiling tans. 

5152,900. 

Open House 

Sun. June 1, 1-4pm. 

1602 Samuel Ct. 

(847)223-2792. 

GURNEE TOWNHOUSE, 
GOLF course community, 3- 
bd . 2-ba., Irpl., all appls., up- 
grades throughout, SI 49,500. 
(847) 680-7548, cell (847) 
652-4146. 

GURNEE-2BD/1.5BTH, FP 
APPLIANCES Inc. 1car at- 
tached garage. S1 35,000. 
(847)856-8336. 

KENOSHA 2-BD., 2-FULL 

ba., 1, 500sq.lt. condo. 

S1,100/mo.. Water Included. 
No large pets. 

LIBERTYVILLE TOWN- 

HOUSE RECENTLY RE- 
MODELED, 4-bd.. 2-ba.. liv- 
ingroom, diningroom, kit, fam- 
ilyroom, new carpet over 
hrdwd., all appls., walking 
distance to Metra, $179,900. 
(847) 561-6435, (847) 522- 
75B0. 

MCHENRY WATERS EDGE 
CONDO FOR SALE. Great 
location, overlooking wet 
lands. 2-bd., 2-ba., att. 1-car 
gar,, all appls. stay, clean, 
neutral colors. Move-in cond. 
5123,900. (815)578-1092. 

MUNDELEIN NEWLY RE- 
MODELED CONDO 1-BD. + 
Ig. den, private patio, new 
appls., $750/mo. (847) 409- 
3852. 

ROUND LAKE BEACH 2-bd, 
townhome, S1,250/mo. or For 
Sale SI 57,900. (847)740- 
8566. 

VACATION VILLAGE 1-BD. 
waterfront, newer furnace, 
A/C, hot water heater, fridge. 
Very good cond. 564,000 Call 
Floyd (847) 587-1200. 

VERNON HILLS 49 Wilshire, 
2-story townhome, 3-bd., 2- 
1/2 ba.. frpl., end unit, walk !o 
school. S197.500. Appt, (847) 
502-5082. 

WAUKEGAN F.S.B.O. END 
UNIT TOWNHOUSE, Gurnee 
Schools, 3-bd , 1.5 ba„ full 
bsmt., partially tin., all appls. 
stay. Move right In. 5128,000. 
(847) 782-6629. 

WOWII SPACIOUS END unit 
townhome. 3-bd., 2.5 ba., loft, 
upgraded kitchen cabinets 
w/above cabinet lighting. Slid- 
er opens to private deck. Full 
lin. English bsml, 2-car gar 
w/built-in shelving & track 
lighting. Immaculate condi- 
tion!! A must see,. ,S21 9.900. 
For more info, call (847)265- 
7020 or visil: 

www.bikeworks.biz 



518 



Mobile Monies 



MOBILE HOME 1975 3-bd., 
2-ba., In quiel Beach Park 
community. Stove, re Irigera- 
tor, washer/dryer included. 
S7.500. (847)246-0699. 

MOBILE HOME FOR SALE in 
Door County. 1995 Artcrafl 
16x80. Call (920) 743-6588. 

MODULARS-DOUBLEWIDES 

'SINGLEWIDES'ILLINOIS 

LARGEST DISPLAY OF 

MODEL HOMESi 

FOUNDATIONS. 

BASEMENTS. GARAGES, 

SEPTICS'WE DO IT ALLII 

FREE STATEWIDE 

DELIVERY 

AND INSTALLATION, RILEY 

•MANUFACTURED HOMES I 

(800)790-1541. 



518 



Mobile Monies 



NORTH FIELD/ 

GLENVIEW 

* OPEN HOUSE 

SUNDAY 1PM-4PM 

CALL FOR 

DIRECTIONS. 

Superb 3-bd., 2-ba., 

double wide. 

w/cusi om Kitchen.. 

jacq uzzi. sky light, 



Has everythingl 

Priced to sell. 

(847)825-3666. 



PARK CITY MOBILE HOME 
1992 14'x70', 2-bd„ 2-futl ba., 
C/A, new water heater, all 
appts. slay. New carpet, 
$19,500. Call cell anytime 
(847) 867-7925. 

REDMAN 1994 MOBILE 
HOME, 28x60. 3-bd., 2-lull 
ba.. 2-1/2 car gar,, quiet, pri- 
vate w/lakerights. In Kenosha, 
Pleasant Prairie Estates, near 
all your shopping needs, 
$62,000. (262) 942-0192. 
noon-4:30pm Mon-Frl, week- 
ends anytime. 

THREE BD. 2-BA. DOUBLE 
WIDE 28X60, PARK CITY 
AREA, 547,000. (414)202- 
7600. 

OPEN HOUSE 
SUN. JUNE 1, 1-4. 

WAUCONDA IN TOWN 
LOCATED IN AN OVER 55 

COMMUNITY 

' 1988, 3-bedroom, 2-bath, 

S40.900. 

•1988, 2-bd., 2-ba., 

S45.900. 

•1989, 1-bd., 1-ba., 

S32.900. 

Includes carport & shed. 

. TWo Studios & 1-bd. 

Rentals Avail. 

(847)526-5000 

leave message. 



520 



Apartments 
For Rent 



WAUCONDA IN TOWN 
WALK TO EVERYTHING 

Beautiful Large 

professional studio. 

Includes 1-car healed gar., 

S725/mo. + sec 

Studio. $695/mo. + sec. 

1-bd., 1-ba. 

S715/mo. + sec. 

All avail Immediately. 

Includes all utilities & 

cable TV. No pets. 

(847)526-5000 

leave message. 



FOX LAKE 2 bdr Apt. New 
Berber carpet, A/C. stove, re- 
frigerator, lake rights, laundry, 
Ig eat-in kitcen, off street 
parking. No pets. S790/mo 
incl heat. Immediate occupan- 
cy(847)362-7009. 

FOX LAKE STUDIO APT.. 
Vacation Village, $525/mo. 
CARE Management 

(847)367-0890. 

FOX LAKE WATERFRONT 
Apt.. Lg 1 Bdrm, new carpet- 
ing/appliances. Heat/water 
incl. Laundry facility. Near 
Metra. (847)662-0034. 

FOX LAKE, 37 Nippersink 
Blvd., 2-bd., laundry, parking, 
security intercom, no pets, 
S750/mo. (847)838-0504. 



Grayslake 

CENTER STREET 
APARTMENTS 
2 Bdrm with Patio . 
$815 

• Includes heat, 
water and gas. 

• Ceramic tile in 
kitchen & bath 

401 Center Street 
(847) 395-0409 



GURNEE 2-BD., ALL appls, 
laundry fac. in bsmt., 
S750/mo. No pels. (847) 367- 
6756. 



INGLESIDE 

LARGE 2-BD. apt., 

. overlooks, forest 

preserve, close to 

Long Lake. No pots. 

Smokers O.K. 

$B50/mo. 

Call (847) 973-1206 

for more Info. 



520 


• Apartments 
For Rent 



ISLAND LAKE 2-BD., newly 

remodeled, no pets, 

S775/mo., includes heat. 
(847)528-4435. 



KENOSHA 7209 41ST. AVE.. 
Large 2-bd., appls., safe and 
quiet neighborhood, fenced 
yd., patio. Very clean, 
S675/mo. Garage avail, (262) 
942-1588. 

LAKEVIEW TERRACE 

APARTMENTS LAKE VIL- 
LA, Large 1 & 2 bedrooms. 
S7l5-$840/month. Heat, wa- 
ter, air Included. (847) 
356-5474. 

N.E, WAUKEGAN 1-BD. apt., 
furnished, carpeted, drapes, 
blinds, heat included, 
S655/mo. + sec. dep., lyr. 
lease. (847)244-0840. 

Now Renting 

Apartments with affordable 

monthly rentl 

Lakowood Village 

Apartments 

Island Lake & Grayslake 

Verynicel,2, and 3 

bedroom units available. 

Call 

(847) 223-6644 

Managed by 

Meridian Group, Inc. 

HanO-cappod occessiWo 

Equal Housing Opportunity 

NOW RENTING! 
Oakridge Village 

Apartments 

299 Oakridge Ct. 

Alfordable 1 , 2, and 3 

bedroom apartments In an 

ideal Antloch neighborhood. 

Call Today! 

(847) 395-4840 

Managed by 

Meridian Group, Inc. 

Handicapped Accessible 

Equal Housmg Opportunity 

TWO BEDROOM APT*" 
S725/mo. By Rental Station in 
Round Lake. (847) 878-9528. 

WAUCONDA 2-BD. APT., 
heat & hot water included. 
S675/mo. Lease, sec. dep., 
ref. No pets. Available imme- 
diately. (847)433-0891 

WAUKEGAN H. LUXURY 
apt/2 Hat, completely rem., ca- 
thedral ceilings, new appls. 
incl., w/d, gar, new deck, 
S900/mo. (847)641-2330. 

WAUKEGAN NORTH GATE 
LUXURY APTS., 2-bd„ 1-ba„ 
w/gar., need to sub-lease July 
thru Sept. Current rent 
S1,000/mo., willing to negoti- 
ate. (253) 376-7100, (847) 
764-2723. 

2ION-BEAUTIFUL 1 & 2 bdr . 
apt. Newly remodeled, laun- 
dry. Great locations. Starting 
@ $50O/mo. + dep. 

(847)872-2436. 




ANTIOCH SLEEPING RM on 
Petite Lake. W/beach, pier, 
cable TV. S85/wk + S85 dep. 
(B47J872-2436. 



FOX LAKE MOTEL ROOM 
FOR RENT. From S110/wk. 
For Info call (847) 338-9369. 

GRAYSLAKE 
83 & Confer Street 
One Furnished Live in ■ 

Room Avail. 

To responsible, over 30 

Non-Smoker/Drinker. 

$1407wk. + S30Q 

Assurance Deposit. 

Includes DSS TV. Utilities, 

Eat-In Kitchen Privileges. 

(847) 561 -7622 

(847)223-4113. 

Sorry No Pets, 

GURNEE AREA, roommate 
wanted to share townhouse. 
Non-smoker, no pels. (847) 
672-1725. 

ROUND LAKE BEACH-FUR- 
NISHED SLEEPING room In 
quiet home tor straight single' 
mature adult, male prelerred, 
No Drugs or Pels. S450/mo 
includes private bath, oil- 
street parking, kitchen privi- 
leges & all utilities except 
phone. Must provide own 
phone & rets.. (847)546-7003. 



534 



Business Property 
For Sale 



COMMERCIAL BUILDING 
PLUS 4 bd. living quarters, 
and double gar. Located on 
Great River Road (Hwy. 35) 
Ferryville, Wi. $85,000. 
(606)734-3311. 



538 



Busjncss Property 
For Rent 



WAUCONDA 

WAREHOUSE 

1100sq.1L & 633 sq.lt. 

With large overhead door, 

restroom. sewer and water. 

Call for price. 

(847) 526-5000 

or (847) 526-0420. 

leave message. 



WAUCONDA IN TOWN 

Newly remodeled office 

300sq.ll. 

Includes all utilities. 

Available immediately. 

Call for price. 

(847) 526-5000 

leave message. 



«Ni^^^?^» 



RICHMOND 



A ♦Fountain Head >\ 
\ Corporate Coaler* / 

Jlnduiu-lal or Baiican, ( 
URt. 12, Superior 27S0ll M 
\ Jt092/mo. droll! 250»I I 
/ac ofo, 208 voII/3 Phaie, \ 
VOH door, dock, IS' 7 

*Joollia B ». r 

/ $2340/mo. Oroiif 500 ■! \ 
\ a/e ofo, 4B0 voll/3 phaio, / 
ydocU, 2 OH do or « , 1 B" V 
ftcaiUag* 4J 

\b09B*J . J329B/mo. Gran! / 
/71Bil n/c ole + miiia- \ 
\n\nn w/ Eiksll / 

■tip. pruned Dock, quality U> 
Utandicapod ■tiling! & 

jjLAND MANAGEMENT^ 
/ (815) 678-4771 \ 



COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL 

SPACE 

1500SQ Ft 30x50, 12x12 

office w/washroom, 3 Phase 

electric, 14' overhead door. 

Call Wayne (847)223-8877. 

683 E. Center 

Grayslake. 

GRAYSLAKE 300 SQ. II. of- 

lice all util's incld. 5395/mo. 
CALL Chris (847)548-3320 x 
.14, 

GRAYSLAKE DOWNTOWN 
1600SQ FT TO 4.000SQ.FT. 

store front retail, negotiable, 
could divide. Call Chris (847) 
548-3320 ext. 14. 



NEW INDUSTRIAL/ 

BUSINESS 

RENTALS.* 

Available June 1st. 

Lakemoor/Volo 

area, 1,200sq.ft., 

S595/mo. 

7788. 



(847)903- 



ROUND LAKE-2,465 SQ ft. 

Rte 134, 2nd II, lullyA/C. 

Could divide. Under 56.00 

gross lor full floor. 

O'Leary Really Corp. 

(847)438-1948. 



ROUND LAKE-3.000SQ FT. 

Rte 134 D.I.D., A/C. low rales, 

O'Leary Realty Corp. 

(847)438-1948. 



540 



Investment Properr; 



VOLO, ILL. ZONED Commer- 
cial. Beautilul 4-bd. home, 
1/2 acre fenced lot, grt. loca- 
tion. Start your own business 
now. S255.000. (815) 
759-1330. By Owner. No Re- 
altors. 



VOORTMAN COOKIES HAS 
Franchise distributionshtp 
available in NE IL. Establish- 
ed area w/excellent potential. 
Retail grocery & or Rte. Expe- 
rience prelerred. Comission 
only Investment required. Call 
Chad (815)784-3800. 



B28 / Lakeland Newspapers 



CLASSIFIEDS 



May 30, 2003 



,^3^^ . Over 300 000 Retfere Each Week 

media 847-223-8161 



548 



Farms 



EXC. HUNTING/FISHING 
SURROUNDS Ihis 30 acre 
(arm. 2 ponds, big dairy barn, 
machine shed. 4000sq fl, 3sty 
Farmhouse. 4bth/7bdr. slone 
FR Borders south end of 
Chequamegon National For- 
est near Thorp, Wi, 31 60.000, 
(847)341-4531. 



560 



V.i ami Lois 

Acreage 

BUILDERS 



ATTENTION BUILDERS 6 
continuous lots in Fox Lake, 
ILL. Please call (847) 404- 
1555. 



CHICAGO-MILWAUKEE 
CORRIDOR 47 acres, 3 mlns. 
to 1-94, 3 mins to executive 
airport, 10 mins to Illinois bor- 
der, 3 mins. to major shop- 
ping. Great (or horses, new 
barn. Low, low taxes. Build 
your dream ranch on the edge 
ol exploding growth, great po- 
tential. Only SI 5,000 an acre. 
Owner not separating. (262) 
859-2919. 

FOR SALE 80 Acres, 
Konosha County, 21 acres 
Prime Development properly, 
wooded with pond. Qualified 
buyers call 262-877-8309 
or E-mail 
markwegner@msn.com 

INGLESIDE-1 BEAUTIFUL 1/3 
ACRE lot lor walk-out to wild- 
life area. City sewer, private 
subivision 59K, 5% oft 30 day 
close. No Brokers (847)546- 
2332. 

. LAKEFRONT BARGAIN 1 4 
acres, 209' shorline. 569,900. 
Rare lind! Enjoy spectacular 
sunsets from this pristine 
lakefront estate w/gentle 
slope to water's edge on 
365.000 acre recreational 
lake in east Tennesseel 
Paved roads, utilities, central 
water, sewer. Excellent II- 
nancing, low down payment. 
Must seel Call now (800)704- 
3154 exl 434. 

LONG LAKE-LAKE RIGHTS 
on .2 acre wooded lot lor 
walk-out. City, sewer & water 
% avail. 330,000. Adjacent lot 
avail, also. (815)403-6620. 

ROUND LAKE, 110X165,616 
Nippersink. walking distance 
from village, elementary 
school. S45.000. (847) 965- 
8131. 

SALEM-OFF OF B3& Hwy C. 
Just under 1 acre wooded lot, 
sewer, well water. For more 
inlo (262)945-1565. 



564 



Ri'sortA'aealton 
Rentals 



PANAMA CITY BEACH. 
Sandpiper-Beacon Beach 

Resort. From S49(l-2p arrive 

Sun/Mon - FREE night. 

3/30703-5/21/03), Pools, river 

ride, tiki bar 

(800)488-8828. 

www.sandpiperbeacon.com. 



568 





Kecreuitotial 
Vehicles 



LEGACY BY AIR STREAM 
MOTORHOME 31', center 
balh with shower and tub, 
queen size bed. livingroom, 
dining area, new root air, front 
brakes, GMC 454 engine, 
1.900 mi., GMC transmission. 
22,000 mi., new toilet, alterna- 
tor, awnings, complete win- 
dows and patio. Total mileage 
52,000. 535,900. With Tow 
Car 1988 Cadillac, 537,900. 
Car completely equipped lor 
towing car & RV. exc. cond. 
(847)724-2110. 

MCHENRY AREA 
35' trailer w/pull-outs on 
50x80 wooded corner lot, has 
storage shed, gazebo w/deck, 
overlooks lake & goll course, 
access to clubhouse, tennis 
courts, swimming pool & bas- 
ketball court. Asking 530,000 
as is or best offer. (815)363- 
1152 

PALOMINO 2000 TRAVEL 
TRAILER, 23'. exc. cond.. TV 
booster plus satellite dish, in- 
cludes numerous inside fur- 
nishings. S10.500/best. (847) 
356-3467. 



710 


Boat/Molors/Elc. 



cm or 

Area Property 

ANNA-MARIA FLORIDA 

HOUSE lor rent. 3bdr/2bth, 
steps from beautiful white 
sand beaches, boaldock 
S2800/mo OR S 1800/2 wks. 
We can email pics Check out 
online annamariamolel.com 
or call (847)878-1461. 



BEAUTIFUL/NEW RETIRE- 
MENT HOMES In MISSIS- 
SIPPI: 3-4bd Ranches, all 

brick, beaulilul hills, new sub- 
div. w/mlnimum 1 ac. lots, 

private lake lots available, 10 

mins Irom Tunica Casinos, 15 
mins Irom Memphis, great 
shopping, lishing, hunting, 

boating, gambling. Low taxes 

and other retirement benelits. 

Mississippi now rated 3rd best 

retirement state, 

Starting at Si 50.000. 

(847)838-0972. 



1972 CARAVELLE 19FT. In- 
board, I40hp with trailer. 
Must sell. S500/best. (262) 
620-1069. 

BOAT SLIPS, GRASS LAKE, 
S500 per season. Great for 
Ponloons. (847) 366-2961. 

KAWASAKI 1999 900-STX 
WAVERUNNER w/Shoreland- 
er trailer & cover. Exc. cond., 
stored indoors, only 35hrs., 
family fun, adult driven. 
S4.200. Call Sean (847) 546- 
0912 * 

PONTOON BOAT 1993 
Lowe, 20', 30hp Johnson, alu- 
minum top, anVfm stereo, 
depth/lish finder, ladder, sun- 
deck, cover, extras, exc. 
cond., S5.400. (262) 877- 
9690. 

PONTOON HARDTOP 24' 
BOAT, recent upholstery, sol- 
id deck and nice carpet, full 
camper canvas, rebuilt 40hp 
Mercury motor with 1 .5hrs: of 
use, new mooring lines and 
bumpers, two anchors. Seats 
12 comfortably. Overall very 
good cond. I8mph cruise. 
S3.950/best. (847) 223-9236. 

RINKER 1990 250, lull can- 
vas, trailer, H/C water, Loran, 
-loaded, includes: 2003 slip. 
and chain slicker, 513,500, 
must sell. (262) 843-2275. 

SEARAY '81 24FT, 260hp 
Mercruiser eng., low hrs 
(480), stored indoors most of 
life, lish finders/radios, etc, 
Rlte-onlrlr. Ask SI 2,500 
630-231-7299 

WAVERUNNERS 1995 

KAWASAKI ZXi 750; 2Xi 
1100, new engine, w/trailer. 
SB.000. Fox Lake. (630) 96B- 
4976. 

WAVERUNNERS 1996 

SEADOO XP and 1994 Ya-" 
maha VXR Pro (just summer- 
ized), with 2-place trailer. 
Above avg, cond. First S4.500 
takes all. (847) 526-3247 

WELLCRAFT 21' BOAT, cud- 
dy cabin, with skis, preservers 
and trailer. S8,000/besi (815) 
353-6633 



804 


Cars fur Sale 



1989 T-BIRO 1 -OWNER, exc. 
cond., fully equipped, air, 
TLC. S1.650/flrm. Moving. 
(847) 362-5458. 



1397 BHECKENRIDGE 39 
TRAILER, w/double slide 
outs, including deck, goll cart 
& shed. Located on Grass. 
Lake. Must see to appreciate. 
(773) 334-4953. (773) 771- 
4953 



MUST SELL 4V 2002 
Dreams 5lh wheel, 3 slide 
outs, 1 A/C's, washer/dryer, 
sleeps 6, many exlras, 
S27.000. (847) 833-4372. 



97 GRAND AM GT 
2DR, Auto, Moon Rool, 
. i - CD, Power 
v «*"C Everythingl 
rVOilLX 69Kmt,. 

m£% S4995 

847-431-8838 



FflfT 



Cars for Sale 



BU1CK 1998 REGAL GRAND 
SPORT, 1 -owner, local car, in 
showroom cond. Super 
Charged, dual control air & 
heat, outside temperature in- 
dicator, ABS, keyless entry, 
all leather, etc. New battery, 
newer tires, 54,000 ml. Priced 
to sell tast, S9.500. (847)395- 
2074. 



CHEVY 1998 CAVALIER. 2- 
dr , newer brakes and tires, 
good cond., S5.000. (847) 
546-9771. 

CHRYSLER LHS 1996, load- 
ed, S6,5007best. (847) 658- 
3273 alter 5pm. 

DODGE 1991 INTREPID 
gold, V6, full power, exlra 
clean, stereo ■ cassette, 
$7,150! (847) 630-0880. 

DONT MISS OUTI 4-dr„ 
1999 Mazda 626 ES Drift- 
wood, tinted windows, sun- 
roof, alloy wheels, CD player, 
$10,500. Call nowt (224) 715- 
2006. 

FORD GRAND MARQUIS- 

1984, lots of New parts. $650. 

ELECTRIC Hospital Bed 

w/extras. Firm $500. 

(815)576-8166. 

HONDA CIVIC 1995, 84K 
miles, 2-dr. coupe, black, au- 
to. $4200. (847) 549-0729. 

INF1NITIG20 1991, great 2nd 
car, mechanically sound, well 
maintained, newer engine. 
S3.700/best. (847)356-6361. 

LAKELAND IS OPEN 
24 HOURS 

II you need to place an ad 
In Classified, call us at 

(847)223-8161 exl, 191 
and leave a message, 

We will get back to you by 

the next business day. Or 
you can tax our 24-hour fax 
line at (847) 223-2691. - 

MERCURY 1989 SABLE, low 
miles, needs some work. 
S600/best. (847) 356-5652, 
cell (847) 668-6913. 

MITSUBISHI 1992 3000 VR4, 
Twin Turbo, all wheel drive. 
Really good condition, 90,000 
miles, S9.000/best. Call (847) 
265-7985. 

OLDS 1988 CUTLAS CAL- 
AIS, 2.3, 4-cyl„ auto., 60,000 
original miles. Grandma's car. 
Must sell. 2-tone red/silver, 
power everything, 

S2,000/besl. Days (262) 945- 
0615, eves. (262) 942-9775. 

AUTO AUCTION 
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC 

SALVATION ARMY 
Every Saturday, 9am. 
Over 150 cars, bonis, camp- 
ers & motorcycles to bo 
sold weekly 
to tho highest bidder 
at no resorvo. 
Opening bid $100. 
(847)662-0100 



SUBMIT YOUR LAKELAND 
CLASSIFIED ADS ON THE 

INTERNETI 
Visit lakelandmedia.com to 
place your ads conveniently. 
Ads appear on Ihe Internet, in 
all Lakeland Papers... The 
Great Lakes Bulletin and The 
Market" Journal for only 
524.00 tor 4 lines (approxi- 
mately 16 words), then only 
.60c lor each additional line. 



814 



Scri1ce& Parts 



AUDI A4-1996. SILVER, load- 
.ed, heated leather seats, Sun 
roof, remote start, CD chang- 
er, maintenance logs. S9600. 

(B47)938-1265. 



CHEVY I960 CAMARO Z-28, 
auto., 64,000 mi., dual ex- 
haust, lots & lots of extras, 
53,500/best. Call lor details 
(262) 705-1893. 



FEET 



Vans 



CARAVAN ES 1996, while. 
loades, very clean. 143K 
miles, highway. Well main- 
tained, a must see. Priced to 
Sell $4,400. (847) 912-6201 
leave mess. 

CHEVY 1995 ASTRO VAN, 
while; 11 BK, S4,000/best. 
(847) 909-9480. 

DODGE 1991 CARAVAN, 
AWD, lots ol miles, bul runs 
good, $1,200/best. (847)395- 
3079. 

DODGE 1998 CARAVAN V6 
auto., both sliding doors, elec- 
tric windows, electric locks, all 
Ihe features, runs/drives great 
90 day engine and transmis- 
sion. See other vans on-line 
at: www.getmlnlvan.com 

(847) 490-4570. 

FACTORY NEW BUMPERS, 
FENDERS, GRILLS; All popu- 
lar ' Cars, Pickups & Vans. 
Classic Quarters, Trunks, & 
Floors; Chevellles, Mustangs, 
Mopars. Radiators, Conden- 
sers, Gas Tanks, Perform- 
ance Accessories and Mobile 
Audio. www.MARXMOTOR- 
TOWN.xom. (217)824-6184. 

FORD 2001 E-250 CONVER- 
SION VAN, fully loaded, 
leather Int.. TV, VCR, plus 
more. ONLY 4,240 mi., 
$24,000/lirm. (647) 395-3436. 

PLYMOUTH 1996 VOYAG- 
ER, 67K, S5.500. (847) 548- 
7707. 

PLYMOUTH 1998 GRAND . 
VOYAGER SE. white, both 
sliding doors, electric win- 
dows and locks, all features, 
6/mo. warranty, eng/trans. 
You'll love it or I'll refund the 
money. S5.500. (847)490- 
4570, 



828 



Sport Utility 
Vehicles 



JEEP 1995 GRAND CHERO- 
KEE LTD., VB, fully loaded, 
leather, power moonroot, CD 
player. Great cond., runs 
great, S6,900/bost. Call (847) 
680-1966 leave message. - ■ 



884 



Trucks/Trailers 



20" KMC VENOMS Rims 
w/tlres toyo tires 265/50/R20 
Fits Toyota or Lexus SUV 
very clean! $2200/obo. 
(847)377-1589. . 

FOR SALE REBUILT HEADS 
for a 390 Ford Motor. 5350. 
Call (847)630-6492 and leave 
message. 

GIO RHINO CRASH Bars 
w/Hella lights for Lincoln Navi- 
gator. S900/ODO, (847)377- 

1589. - 

HAVING TRANSMISSION 
PROBLEMS? .We repair/re- 
build automatic transmission 
for 5800, including' removal: 
and installation in your vehicle 
(cars, ptck-ups and mini 
vans), Don't pay too much 
somewhere else, . call 
(847)490-4570. 



CHEVY 1985 S-10 PICKUP. 
4-cyl., auto., red, nice body, 
runs/drives great. You'll love it 
or I'll refund the money, 
S1 ,100. (847)490-4570. 

CHEVY 1997 1500 PICKUP 
Extended Cab, VB. 5.7L, 
2WD, 3rd. door, very loaded, 
must see, cap, great shape, 
under , 60,000 ml., 

S11,500/best. Must sell. (262) 
279-0242. 

DODGE 1996 RAM 5.9L V8, 
4WD, power windows, air, 
towing package, bedllner, 
cap, new brakes. Asking 
$10,500. (847) 548-1854 or 
(847) 356-6856. 

FORD 1985 LS 800- DUMP 
TRUCK, single axle, rebuilt 
engine. Call for Information, 
S5.000. (815)923-2011. 

FORD 1996 RANGER, 5- 
spd.. 66K mi., transferable 
warranty, exc. cond., 
S5,200/bes1. (262) 705-4841. 

FORD 1999 F-450 XLT 4x4, 
white, crew cab, dual axle, 
dual wheel, 7.3 power stroke 
deisel, 29K original mites, 
8. 5tt. custom Royal Sport 
pick-up box, spray-In bedliner, 
Reese receiver ( wilh brake 
control, Pioneer* CD player. 
Like new. $33,000. Call (847) 
322-6666. 

FORD 2003 F-250 XLT 4X4, 
red, 8' bed, extended cab, 
3,000 miles. Power windows 
& locks. Brand newl Asking 
$33,500. Call (847) 265-6990. 

TOYOTA T-1 00 1996 SR5 
4x4, power everything, ex- 
tended cab, ladder rack, tool. 
■ box, exc. cond., 58,800/best. 
(847)433-2933. 




844 


Motorcycles 



HARLEY DAVIDSON 2002 V- 
ROD, 900 ml., exlras, wind- 
shield, crash bars, American 
Eagle pipes, exlra chrome, 
$19,500.- (847) 587-7335. 
(847)561-1983. 

HONDA GOLD WING-1986. 
35,000miles. S5.500/obo. 
After 6pm (847)740-2415 

YAMAHA V-STAR 2002, 
blue/white Classic, 

S4,500/bast. (847) 566-1662. 



S12 


Carpentry 



JIM'S CUSTOM 
CARPENTRY 

Interior/Exterior Remodeling 

at affordable pricing. 

No Job too Big or Too Small. 

Call lor FREE estimate. 

Contact James 

(847)377-1908. 



S15 


Carpet Cleaning 



WINDOW WASHING 11 

POWER WASHING 

DRIVEWAY SEALING 

CARPET SHAMPOOING. 

FREE ESTIMATES. 

Coll Gary 

(847) 651-26B4. 




J. R.'s DRYWALL SERVICE 
All repair, new work, 
Basements & Room . 

Additions. 

FREE ESTIMATES. 

ALL Work Guaranteed. 

Forget the rest, call the Best. 

(847) 875-5483 

(847)201-8754. 




MTM WIRING 

Electrical Lighting & Outlets, 

Telephone & TV. 

Most any wiring needs. 

Telephone Jack Special 

$50 an outlet, 

$40/ea. 2 or more. 

Call Mike (847)546-8388. 




DEBBIE'S CLEANING 

SERVICE 

SPRING CLEANING. 

WINDOWS, WOODWORK, 

HOUSE CLEANING. 

Reasonable Rotes. 

FREE Estimates. 

Also Move-lns/Movo Outs. 

■ 22yrs. Experience. 

(847)651-2683. 



GLORIA AND SANDRA'S 

CLEANING SERVICE 

CALL (847)973-2773 

(262)862-2225 

•Free Eslimates 

-Weekly and monthy rates 

-No office too smalt or too Big 

-Will provide you w/a list 

ol rel's. 

-Reliable & Honest 

-Quality work 

We will clean up your office 

space or Complete 

Business/Home. 

Area: Antioch. Fox Lake, 

Lake Villa, Llndenhurst. 

WORK ALL WEEK? Want 
your weekends lor you? Lei 
me clean your home, I'll (real 
II like my own, 17yrs. experi- 
ence. FREE estimates. Week- 
ly, bi-weekly, monthly. Call 
Kalhy anytime (262) 662- 
7855. 



Lakeland's Classified 
Deadline is 

1 1.-00 A.M. Wednesday 

Coib(847) 223-8161 or 
Fax:(847)223-2691 



S42 


Landscaping 



2000 ZRX 1100, exc. cond, 
2,000 miles, many . extras, 
best offer or trade. (708) 408- 
8063. 



HONDA CBR 600 SPORT 
BIKE, under 6,000 miles. 
Great cond.. S3.000. (847) * 
201-8660. 



H. BROTHERS 

LANDSCAPING 
SPRING CLEAN UP 

*No Job Too Small 
•Quality Workmanship 

•FREE Estimates • 
•Fully Insured, 

Round Lake, ILL. 

(847)546-4617 or 

(847)833-2737. 



NEWSPAPERS 



S42 


Landscaping 



S78 


'Remodeling 



MUNGLE'S 

LANDSCAPINGI 

we do rr ALLI 

•Wood & Edge - 

Flower Bods 

* Tree & Hodgo 

Trimming 

•Mulch 

'Power Wash or 

Staining, Docks & 

Fences 

Tilling, Small Flower 

Beds & Gordons 

•Spring Clean Up. 

Cell (847)845-8027, 

Pagor (847) 369-0055, 

Home (847) 223-1625. 

"FIREWOOD 

AVAILABLE 



ALL TRADES 

HOME IMPROVEMENT 

& REPAIR . 

FULLY INSURED 

QUALITY WORK & GREAT 

SERVICE 

Specializing In remodeling 

Kitchens, Bathrooms Tiling, 

Lt. Plumbing. LI. Electrical, 

Painting Drywall Repairs 

& Carpentry. 

Call For FREE Estimate 

HOURLY OR ROOM RATES. 

. Michael J. Mislrotla 

(847) 508-9226. 




S57 



PaJnting/DccoraUnj. 



CREATIVE 

PAINTING, 

DECORATING & 

DRYWALL 

'Custom Painting 

•Drywall Installation 

& Repairs 

'Staining 

'Faux Finishing. 

Reliable, 

Responsible, 

Dependable. 

For FREE Estimate 

Call (847) 980-4840. 



THE BILL 
STEWART 

Painting Co., Inc. 
(847) 223-6093. 



S78 



Remodeling 



DC TILE WE We install ce- 
ramic, vinyl tile, Parquet, 
and Pergo floors. For Iree es- 
timates call (B47) 395-0777, 
pager (708) 9B8-8504. 



900 


Legals 



PUBLIC NOTICE 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME application 
NAME OF BUSINESS: 
Five Star Rooting Conlractors 
NATURE/PURPOSE: 
Roofing 

ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE 
CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 
24725 W. Rollins Rd., Round 
Lake, IL 60073, 847-668- 
3009. 

NAME(S) AND POST 
OFFICE OR RESIDENCE 
ADDRESS(ES) OF THE 
PERSON(S) OWNING, 
CONDUCTING OR 
TRANSACTING BUSINESS 
Christopher B. Knopl, 24725 
W. Rollins Rd., Round Lake, 
IL 60073, 847-546-0931, Da- 
vid E. Smielewski, Jr., 411 
Center Ln., Round Lake Park. 
IL 60073. 847-546-9548. 
STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE ) 

This is to certify that the un- 
dersigned intend(s) to con- 
duct Ihe above named busi- 
ness from the locatlon(s) indi- 
cated and that the true or real 
full name(s) ot the person(s) 
owning, conducting or trans- 
acting the business Is/are cor- 
ridas shown. 2HH.1 :\ 

/s/ Christopher D. Knopt 
Is! David E. Smielewski 
April 22, 2003 

The foregoing Instrument 
was acknowledged before me 
by the person(s) intending to 



Tex Deed No. 03 TD 45 Filed 5-21-03 
LEGAL NOTICE 
TAKE NOTICE 
TO: COUNTY CLERK OF LAKE COUNTY; Earl F. Hansen; Mil- 
dred Hansen; Persons in occupancy or actual possession of 
said properly, Unknown owners or parties interested in said land 
or tots. 

A Petition for Tax Deed on premise described below has been 
filed in the Circuit Court of Lake County, Illinois as Case No. 03 
TD 45. The property is Located At: N. Old Rand Rd., Lake Zur- 
ich. 

Legal Description or P.I. No.; 14-17-306-004. 
Said property was sold on 12/5/00 lor delinquent taxes for the 
year 1 999. The period of redemption will expire on September 
18, 2003. On 9/25/03 at 1 :30 PM the petitioner will make appli- ' 
cation to such court (q said county tor an Order tor Tax Deed, 
should the real estate not be redeemed. 

Kathleen M. Hollonbeck, Petitioner 

■ 0530E-5458-WL 

May 30, 2003 

June 6, 13, 2003 



PUBLIC NOTICE 



STATE OF ILLINOIS ) 

) SS 
COUNTY OF LAKE ) "' 

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE NINETEENTH 
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS 
IN THE MATTER OF. THE PETITION OF ) 
Oksahna Cholan ) 

For ; . ) 

CHANGE OF NAME ) 

NOTICE OF PUBLICATION 
Public notice Is hereby givenlhal on July 14. 2003 . being one 
of the return days in the Circuit Court of the Counly of Lake, I 
will file my Petition In said Court praying for the change ot my 
name Irom Oksahna Cholan to that ot Oksahna Llnoal.i pur- 
suant to the Statute in such case made and Provided. 
Dated al Grayslake , Illinois, May 21. 2003, 

/s/ Okashna Cholan 

• 0530E-5460-RL 

May 30, 2003 

June 6, 13, 2003 



PUBLIC NOTICE 
STATE OF ILLINOIS ) 

) SS 
COUNTY OFi-AKE - ) " 

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE NINETEENTH 
■ JUDICIAL CIRCUIT-LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS 
IN THE MATTER OFTHE PETITION OF ) 
Joshua Paul Lawrence " ) 

For ) 

CHANGE OF NAME ) 

NOTICE OF PUBLICATION 
Public notice Is hereby given that on Junel3,2Q Q3, being one 
ol the return days in Ihe Circuit Court ol the County ol Lake, I 
will file my Petition in said Court praying for the change ol my 
name Irom Joshua Paul Lawrence to lhat ol Joshua Paul 
W_£flJsa. pursuant to the Statute In such case made and Provid- 
ed, ' 
Dated at Fox Lake. Lake County. Illinois, May 7. 2003 , 

1st Samanlha Weeks 
0516C-5424-FL; 
May 16, 23, 30, 2003 






I 



May 30, 2003 



CLASSIFIEDS 



Lakeland Newspapers I B29 






\ 



media 847-223-8161 



NEWSPAPERS 



900 


Lcgals . 



900 


Legals 



PUBLIC NOTICE 
REGULAR MEETINGS 
Tha Flrsl Fire Protection District of Antloch Township will hold 
their regular monthly public meetings on the second Thursday of 
every month at 7:30 p.m. at Fire Station »2, 000 Deep Lake 
Road, Antloch, Illinois commencing with the June 2003 meeting 
and thereafter. 

The next regular meeting will be held on June 12, 2003. All inter- 
ested persons are invited to attend, 
/s/ JoAnn D. Osmond Secretary 
First Fire Protection District of Antloch Township 

0530E-5464-AN 
May 30. 2003 





TO PUKE AN AD WITH LAKELAND NEWSPAPERS 

Call (847) 223-8161 



PUBLIC NOTICE 
WARREN TOWNSHIP HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT 
Nolice is hereby given that sealed proposals will be received at 
the Olllce of Town Clerk at 1 7801 West Washington Street,"Gur- - 
nee, Illinois 60031 until 10:00 o'clock A.M., Monday June 9, ■ 
2003 for furnishing the following equipment: 

One (1)~Aerla! Lift Package plus installation on a 2004 Inter- 
national 4400 (Truck purchased by Township on State Bid) 
Proposals shall be made on lorms furnished by the Township 
Highway Commissioner, and Shall be addressed in a sealed en- 
velope to Warren Township Highway De partment C/O Margaret 
Keenan-Denniston, Town Clerk and shall be marked 'EQUIP- 
MENT PROPOSAL" Letting of Monday, June 9, 2003, Wan-en 
Township. 

Further information regarding the letting may be obtained by 
contacting the Highway Commissioner at (847) 244-1 101 , ex!. 
301. 

The Township in accordance with the laws of the State of Illinois 
hereby notifies all bidders that it will affirmatively insure that the 
contract entered into pursuant to this advertisement will be 
awarded to the lowest responsible bidder without discrimination 
on the grounds of Race, color, or national origin. 
The awarding authority reserves the right to waive technicalities 
and to reject any or all Proposals as provided in article 102.08 of 
the "Standard Specifications for Road and Bridge Construction," 
prepared by the Department of Transportation, 

. - . By Order of Gerald E. Rudd 

Warren Township Highway Commissioner 

0530E-5462-GP 

May 30, 2003 

LEGAL NOTICE 
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 
STATE OF ILLINOIS, COUNTY OF DUPAGE 
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF.THE EIGHTEENTH JUDICIAL 
CIRCUIT 
ESTATE OF, 
Rosemary Baer 
CASE NUMBER 
2003 P 462 

Notice Is hereby given of Ihe death of Rosemary Baer whose 
address was 507 N. Ravine Drive. Round Lake, IL Letters ot Of- 
fice were Issued on May 12, 2003 to Guaranty Trust Company, 
33 N. Dearborn St., Ste. 1830, Chicago, IL 60602-3108 as IN- 
DEPENDENT ADMINISTRATOR whose attorney is James 
Relchardl. 

The estate will be administered without Court Supervision, un- 
less under section 28-4 of the Probate Act (755 ILCS 5/28-4} 
any Interested person terminates Independent administration at 
any time by mailing or delivering a petition to terminate to the 
Circuit Court Clerk. 

Claims against Ihe estate may be filed In the Office of JOEL A. 
KAGANN, Circuit Court Clerk, 505 N, County Farm Road, 
Wneaton. Illinois, or with the Representative or both before No- 
vember 18, 2003. any claims not tiled within that period ls % bar- 
red. Copies ot a claim filed with the Circuit Court Clerk must be 
mailed or delivered to Ihe representative and to the attorney. II 
any, wilhln 10 days after it has been tiled with the Circuit Clerk. 

Name: James Relchardl 

DuPage County Attorney No.: 70005 

Address: 27 W. Park Boulevard, 

Villa Park, IL 601 81 

6 30-032-4000 

0516C-5427-RL 

May 16,23. 30,2003 

Tax Deed No. 03 TD 37 Filed 5-21 -03 

Legal notice 

TAKE NOTICE 
TO: COUNTY CLERK OF LAKE COUNTY; Robert J. Hollman 
Jr.; Karen L Hoffman; Persons In occupancy or actual posses- 
sion ol said properly, Unknown owners or parties Interested In 
said land or lots. 

A Petition for Tax Deed on premise described below has been 
filed in Ihe Circuit Court of Lake County, Illinois as Case No. 03 
TD 37. The property is Located At: Twin Oaks Dr., Lake Villa. 

Legal Description Or P.I. No.: 02-32-110-009. 
Said property was sold on 12/4/00 for delinquent taxes for Ihe 
year 1999. The period of redemption will expire on September 
18, 2003, On 9/25/03 at 1:30 PM the petitioner will make appli- 
cation to such court In said county for an Order for Tax Deed, 
should the real estate not be redeemed. 

Kalhleen.M. Hollonbeck, Petitioner 

0530E-5450-LV 

May 30, 2003 

June 6, 13, 2003 

JaxDcodNo. 03TD41 Filed 5-21-03 
LEGAL NOTICE 
TAKE NOTICE 
TO: COUNTY CLERK OF LAKE COUNTY; Lucille M. Smith 
Harper; Bobby Harper; Chicago Title and Trust; Owen Federal 
Bank FSB; Persons In occupancy or actual possession ot said 
properly, Unknown owners or parties Interested In said land or 
lots. 

A Petition for Tax Deed on premise described below has been 
(lied In the Circuit Court of Lake County. Illinois as Case No. 03 
TD 41 , The property Is "Located At: 1507 W. Glen Flora Ave., _, 
Waukegan. 

Legal Description or P.I. No.: 08-17-405-005. 
Said property was sold on 12/4/00 for dallnquenl taxes for tha • 
year 1999. The period of redemption will expire on SeptembflX. 
18, 2003. Op 9/25/03 at 1:30 PM ihe petitioner will make appli- 
cation to such court In said county lor an 'Order (or Tax Deed, 
should the real estate not be redeemed. 

Kathleen M. Hollonbeck, Petitioner 

0530E-5454-GP 

May 30, 2003 

June 6, 13,2003 



900 



Lcgals 



900 


Lcfials 



was acknowledged before me 
by ihe person(s) Intending to 
conduct the business this 
22nd day of April 2003. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

1st Isabel Aralzo 

Notary Public 

Received. April 25, 2003 

Wlllard R. Helander 

Lake County Clerk 

0516C-5426-RL 

May 16. 23, 30. 2003 



900 


.Lcgals 



900 



lepls 



I900 


Lcgals 



To Place An Ad With 



Call (847) 223-81 61 or Fax (847) 223-2691 



PUBLIC NOTICE 
STATE OF ILLINOIS ) 

j SS 
COUNTY OF LAKE ) 

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE NINETEENTH 
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS 
IN THE MATTER OF THE PETITION OF ) 
Margaret Diane Bannon \ 

For j 

CHANGE OF NAME j 

_ -< H , NOTICE OF PtJRI IfiftTIQN 

Public nolice is hereby given that on June 23. 2003 . being one 
of Ihe return days In Ihe Circull Court of the County of Lake. I 
Wll flte my Petition In said Court praying for the change ol my 
name Irom Maroare! D ia ne Bannon . to thai ol Margaret Plana p i. 
Cbajdsoii, pursuant to iho Statute in such case made and Pro- 
vfded. 

Dated at Grayslahe. Illinois, Mav 7. 200.1 

/s/ Margaret Dlano Bannon 

0516C-5423GP 

May 16, 23, 30, 2003 

Tax Deed No. 03 TD 44 Filed 5-21-03 
•LEGAL NOTICE 
TAKE NOTICE 
TO: COUNTY CLERK OF LAKE COUNTY; Donald H. Abed; 
William R. Shoyen June H. Shoyer, Persons in occupancy or ac- 
tual possession of said property, Unknown owners or parties In- 
terested In said land or lots. 

A Petition for Tax Deed on premise described below has been • 
filed In the Circuit Court of Lake County, Illinois as Case No. 03 
TD 44. The property Is Located At: 23781 N. Private Ln„ Cary. 

Legal Description or P.I. No.: 13-16-106-012. 
Said property was sold on 12/5/00 for delinquent taxes for the 
year 1999. The period of redemption will expire on September 
1B, 2003. On 9/25/03 at 1:30 PM the petitioner will make appli- 
cation to such court In said county for an Order for Tax Deed, 
should the real estate not be redeemed. 

■ Kathleen M. Hollonbeck. Petitioner 

0530E-5457-FL 

May 30. 2003 

June 6, 13,2003 

Tax Deed No. 03 TD 40 Filed 5-21-03 
LEGAL NOTICE 
TAKE NOTICE 
TO: COUNTY CLERK OF LAKE COUNTY; First Slate Bank of 
Round Lake c/o Richard Fowles, President; Steven C. Hamilton; 
Elona E. Hamilton; Bank One Wisconsin NA; Hamilton Rubber 
Stamp, Inc. c/o James M. Murray, Registered Agent; Persons In 
occupancy or actual possession ol said property, Unknown own- 
ers or parties Interested in said land or lots. 
A Petition for Tax Deed on premise described below has been 
filed in Ihe Circull Court of Lake County, Illinois as Case No. 03 
TD 40. The property is Located At: 35208 N. Fairfield Rd., 
Round Lake. - 

Legal Description or PI. No.: 06-18-422-016. 
Said property was sold on 12/4/00 for delinquent taxes lor the 
year 1999. The period of redemption will expire on September 
18, 2003. On 9/25/03 at 1:30 PM the petitioner will make appli- 
cation to such court In said county for an Order for Tax Deed. 
should the real estate not be redeemed. 

Kathleen M. Hollonbeck, Petitioner 

0530E-5453-RL 

May 30, 2003 

June 6. 13.2003 

PUBLIC NOTICE, 
NOTICE OF FILING 



NORTHERN ILLINOIS GAS COMPANY 

d/b/a NICOR GAS COMPANY hereby gives 

notice to the public thai it has Tiled with the 

Illinois Commerce Commission on May 1 2, 2003, 

testimony and exhibits for Docket No. 03-0 1 66 

setting forth a reconciliation of the Compnny's 

environmental revenues und incurred costs for 2002. 

Further information with respect thereto may be 

obtained cither directly from this Company or by 

addressing the Chief Clerk of the Illinois Commerce 

Commission nt Springfield, Illinois 62701. 

A copy of litis filing may be inspected by an inter- 
ested party al nny business office of ihis Company. 

Northern Illinois Gas Company 
d/b/a Nicor Gas Company 

- Gi.Dchrcns, Vice President 



Tox Deed No. 03 TD 39 Filed 5-21-03 

LEGAL NOTICE 

TAKE NOTICE . 
TO: COUNTY CLERK OF LAKE COUNTY; Steven G.KIslel; 
Denlse E. Klslel; Persons in occupancy or actual possession ol 
said property, Unknown owners or parties Interested In said land 
or lots. • 

A Petition for Tax Deed on premise described below has been 
filed in the Circuit Court of Lake County. Illinois as Case No. 03 
TD 39. The property Is Located Al: 24967 W, Rollins Rd., Round 

Legal Description or P.I. No,; 06-18-1 08-023. 
Said property was sold on 12/4/0O for delinquent laxes lor Ihe 
year 1999. The period ot redemption will expire on September 
18, 2003. On 9/25/03 at 1:30 PM the petitioner will make appli- 
cation to such court iri said county lor an Order (or Tax Deed, 
should the real estate 'not be redeemed. 

Kathleen M. Hollonbeck, Petitioner 

0530E-5452-RL 

May 30, 2003 

June 6, 13,2003 



Tax Deed No. 03 TD 46 Filed 5-21-03 
LEGAL NOTICE 
TAKE NOTICE 
TO: COUNTY CLERK OF LAKE COUNTY; Robort J. Shanahan; 
Patricia Shanahan; Washington Mutual Bank; Washington Mutu- 
al Bank FA; Persons In occupancy or actual possession of said 
property, Unknown owners or parties interested In said tand or 
lots. 

A Petition for Tax Deed on premise described below has been 
filed in the Circuit Court of Lake County, Illinois as Case No. 03 
TD 46. The property Is Located At: Taylor Ave., Highland Park. 

Legal Description or P.I. No.: 16-22-413-009. 
Said property was sold on 12/5/00 for delinquent taxes lor Ihe 
year 1999. The period of redemption will expire on September 
18, 2003. On 9/25/03 at 1:30 PM the petitioner will make appli- 
cation to such court in said county for an Order for Tax Deed, 
should the real estate not be redeemed. 

Kathleen M. Hollonbeck, Petitioner 

0530E-5459-GP 

May 30. 2003 

June 6. 13.2003 



Tax Deed No. 03 TD 38 Filed 5-21-03 
LEGAL NOTICE 
TAKE NOTICE 
TO: COUNTY CLERK OF LAKE COUNTY; Devon Bank TR 
6284; Persons In occupancy or actual possession of said prop- 
erty, Unknown owners or parties Interested in said land or lots. 
A Petition for Tax Deed on premise described below has been 
tiled in the Circuit Court ol Lake County, Illinois as Case No. 03 
TO 38, The property Is Located At: 621 Kakos Court. Zion. 
Legal Description or P.I, No.: Underlying 04-07-402-269 (for- 
merly 04-07-402-223}. 
Said property was sold on 12/4/00 for delinquent taxes for the 
year 1999. The period of redemption will expire on September 
18, 2003, On 9/25/03 at 1:30 PM the petitioner will make appli- 
cation to such court in said county for an Order for Tax Deed, 
should the real estate not be redeemed. 

Kathleen M. Hollonbeck, Petitioner 

053QE-5451-GP 

May 30, 2003 

June 6. 13,2003 



Tax Deed No. 03 TD 42 Filed 5-21-03 
LEGAL NOTICE 
TAKE NOTICE 
TO: COUNTY CLERK OF LAKE COUNTY; Martin Sanchez; Mi- 
chael Garrigan; Persons In occupancy or aclual possession of 
said property, Unknown owners or parties interested In said land 
or lots. 

A Petition for Tax Deed on premise described below has been 
filed In the Circuit Court ol Lake County, Illinois as Case No. 03 
TD 42. The property Is Located At: 35528 N. Green Bay Rd., 
Waukegan. 

Legal Description or P.I, No.: 08-18-135-020. 
Said property was sold on 12/4/00 lor delinquent taxes for the 
year 1999. The period ol redemption will expire on September 
18, 2003. On 9/25/03 at 1:30 PM the petitioner will make appli- 
cation to such court In said couniy,for an Order for Tax Deed, 
should Ihe real estate not be redeemed. 

Kathleen M, Hollonbeck, Petitioner 

0530E-5455-GP 

May 30, 2003 

June 6, 13, 2003 

Tax Deed No. 03 TD 43 Filed 5-21-03 
LEGAL NOTICE 
TAKE NOTICE 
TO: COUNTY CLERK OF LAKE COUNTY; Patricia E. Stemen; 
Rlcard O. Slomon; Quality Properties; Quality Properties, Inc. 
c/o Howard G. Kaplan. Registered Agent; Persons In occupancy 
or aclual possession ol said property, Unknown owners or par- 
ties Interested In said land or lots. 
A Petition for Tax Deed on premise described below has been 
filed In Ihe Circuit Court of Lake County, Illinois as Case No. 03 
TD 43. The property is Located At: 28608 W. Falrview Rd„ 
Wauconda. 

Legal Description or P.I. No.: 09-33-101-05B. 
Said property was sold on 12/5/00 for delinquent taxes for the 
year 1999. The period ol redemption will expire on September 
18. 2003. On 9/25/03 al 1:30 PM Ihe petitioner will make appli- 
cation to such Court In said county for an Order for Tax Deed, 
should the real estate not bo redeemed, 

Kathleen M. Hollonbeck, Petitioner 

0530E-5456-WL 

May 30, 2003 

June 6, 13, 2003 



PUBLIC NOTICE 
LAKE VILLA TOWNSHIP 
Notice is hereby given thai sealed proposals will be received al 
the township olllce at 37908 N. Fairfield Road, Lake Villa, Illinois 
6O04B until 10:00 a.m. on June 9th for lurnlshlng of the following . 
equipment: 

ONE (1) NEW 2003 MODEL YEAR 
4WD, 50HP LOADER WITH TOOL CARRIER 
Proposals shall be made on forms furnished by ihe Road District 
and shall be addressed In a sealed envelope to James Joroen- 
sen. Lake Vi ll a Road District Highway C ommissioner. 37822 N. 
Fairfield Road. Lake Villa Illinois 60046 and shall be marked- 
■Equipment Prnnnsal-LeHln? nf June 9th 2D03. Lake Villa Road 
District.* Further Information regarding Ihe letting may be ob- 
tained by contacting the Highway Commissioner at 847-356- 
5831. The Township In accordance with the laws of the State of 
Illinois hereby notifies all bidders that it will affirmatively Insure 
the contract entered Into pursuant to this advertisement will be 
awarded to the lowest responsible bidder without discrimination 
on Ihe grounds of race, color, or natural origin. 

, - By Order 01 James Jorgensen 

Highway Commissioner 
Lake Villa Road District 

0530E-5466-LV 
May 30, 2003 



PUBLIC NOTICE 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME application 
NAME OF BUSINESS: 
Virtual Solutions 
NATURE/PURPOSE: 
Real Estate PhotographyA/ir-, 
tual Tours, Web Design 
ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE 
CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 
42417 N. Orchard, Antloch, IL 
60002, 847-638-3064. 
NAME(S) AND POST 
OFFICE OR RESIDENCE 
ADDRESS(ES)OFTHE 
PERSON(S) OWNING, 
CONDUCTING OR 
TRANSACTING BUSINESS 
Victor L. Henderson, P.O. Box 
4177, Antloch, IL 60002, 847- 
838-3064. 

STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE J 

This is to certify that the un- 
dersigned inlend(s) to con- 
duct the above named busi- 
ness from Ihe locatlon(s) Indi- 
cated and that the true or feal 
full name(s) of the person(s) 
owning, conducting or trans- 
acting the business is/are cor- 
rect as shown, 
/s/ Victor L. Henderson 
May 7. 2003 

The foregoing Instrument 
was acknowledged before me 
by the person(s) intending to 
conduct the business this 7th 
day of May 2003. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

Is/ Sharon L. Corn 

Notary Public 

Received: May 7, 2003 

Willard R. Helander 

Lake County Clerk 

0516C-5425-AN 

May 16, 23, 30, 2003 

PUBLIC NOTICE 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME application 
NAME OF BUSINESS: 
H.B. Lawn Management 
NATURE/PURPOSE: 
Lawn and Landscape Service 
ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE 
CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 
207 Bonnie Brae Ave., Gray- 
slake. ILL.. 60030. (847) 223- 
5782. 

NAME(S) AND POST 
OFFICE OR RESIDENCE 
ADDRESS(ES)OFTHE 
PERSON(S) OWNING, 
CONDUCTING OR 
TRANSACTING BUSINESS 
Donald R. Hannan. 207 Bon- 
nie Brae Ave,, Grayslake, 
ILL, 60030. (840 223-5762. 
STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE ) 

This is to certify that the un- 
dersigned intend(s) to con- 
duct Ihe above named busi- 
ness from the locallon(s) Indi- 
cated and that the true or real 
full name(s) of the person(s) 
owning, conducting or trans- 
acting the business Is/are cor- 
rect as shown. 
Is/ Donald R. Hannan 
May 5. 2003 

The foregoing Instrument 
was acknowledged before me 
by the person(s) Intending to 
conduct the business this 5th 
dayol May 2003. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

1st Charlene Martinez 

Notary Public 

Received:May 5, 2003 

Wlllard R. Helander 

Lake County Clerk 

0516C-5429-GL 

May 16,23, 30, 2003 

PUBLIC NOTICE 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME application 
.NAME OF BUSINESS: 
JNS Properties 
NATURE/PURPOSE: 
Property Management/Invest- 
ments 

ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE 
CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 
247 Buckingham Or,, Gray- 
slake, ILL.. 60O30. (847) 548- 
2625. . 

NAME(S) AND POST 
OFFICE OR RESIDENCE 
ADDRESS(ES)OFTHE 
PERSON(S) OWNING. 
CONDUCTING OR 
TRANSACTING BUSINESS 
James M, Susan K. Starwatt, 
247 Buckingham Dr., Gray- 
slake, ILL,, 60030. (847) 548- 
2625. 

STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE ) 

This Is to certify that the un- 
dersigned Inlend(s) to con- 






'--- . " .-. 



B30 / Lakeland Newspapers 



CLASSIFIEDS 



May 30, 2003 



, 



> . 




j • Over 300,000 Readers Each Week 



JM 847-223-8161 V ^^^ 



■ 



900 


lcgals 



900 



duel the above named busi- 
ness from the location(s) Indi- 
cated and thai the true or real 
full name(s) of the person(s) 
owning, conducting or trans- 
acting the business is/are cor- 
rect as shown. 
Is/ James M, Starwalt 
1st Susan K, Starwalt 
April 29. 2003 

The foregoing Instrument 
was acknowledged before me 
by the person(s) intending to 
conduct the business Ihls 
29lh day of April 2003. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

Isl Robyn Patrice Sorenson 

Nolan/ Public 

Received. May 2. 2003 

Willard R. Helander 

Lake County Clerk 

0516C-5433GL 

May 16. 23,30, 2003 



PUBLIC NOTICE 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME application 
NAME OF BUSINESS: 
Richards And Associates 
NATURE/PURPOSE: 
Business Consultant 
ADDHESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE 
CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 
34781 N. Auguslana, Ingle- 
side, IL 60041, 647-546-6905. 
NAME(S) AND POST 
OFFICE OR RESIDENCE 
ADDRESS(ES)OFTHE 
PERSON(S) OWNING, 
CONDUCTING OR 
TRANSACTING BUSINESS 
Howard Richards. 34761 N. 
Auguslana, Ingleside, IL 
60041. 847-546-6906. 
STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE ) 

This is to codify that the un- 
dersigned inlend(s) to con- 
duct the above named busi- 
ness from the localion(s) indi- 
cated and that the true or real 
lull namc(s) of the person(s) 
owning, conducting or trans- 
acting the business is/are cor- 
rect as shown, 
/s/ Howard Richards 
May 7, 2003 

The foregoing instrument 
was acknowledged before me 
by the person(s) intending to 
conduct the business this 7th 
day ot May 2003. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

IsJ Nanette M. Banas 

Notary Public 

Received: May 12, 2003 

Willard R. Helander 

Lake County Clerk 

0523D-5442-FL 

May 23. 30. 2003 

June 6, 2003 



PUBLIC NOTICE 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME application 
NAME OF BUSINESS: 
A+ J Vending 
NATURE/PURPOSE: 
Gumball Type Vending Ma- 
chines 

ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE 
CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 
7418 Villa Vista. Spring 
Grove. IL 60081. (Doing busi- 
ness In Lake/McHenry Coun- 
ties). 847-507-5774. 
NAME'S) AND POST 
OFFICE OR RESIDENCE 
ADDRESSES) OF THE 
PERSON(S) OWNING. 
CONDUCTING OR 
TRANSACTING BUSINESS 
Joseph H. Krnuse. Audrey A. 
Krause, 7418 Villa Vista, 
Spring Grove. IL 60081, 847- 
587-5774. 

STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE ) 

This is lo certify that the un- 
dersigned intend(s) to con- 
duct the above named busi- 
ness from Ihe location(s) Indi- 
cated and that the true or real 
full name(s) of the person(s) 
owning, conducting or trans- 
acting the business Is/are cor- 
rect as shown. 
1st Joseph H, Krause 
1st Audrey A. Krause 
May 6, 2003 

The foregoing Insirument 
was acknowledged before me 
by Ihe person(s) Intending to 
conduct Ihe business Ihls 6th 
day of May 2003. 

; OFFICIAL SEAL 

/s/Ahixa Reyes-Ramos 

Notary Public 

Received: May 12, 2003 

* Willard R. Helander 

Lake County Clerk 

0523D-5441-FL 

May 23. 30, 2003 

June 6. 2003 

PUBLIC NOTICE 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME application 
NAME OF BUSINESS: 
Bonkers For Beads 
NATURE/PURPOSE: 
Jewelry 

ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE 
CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY 
37592 N. Harding Ave.. Lake 
Villa. IL 60046. 847-587-2307. 
NAME(S) AND POST 
OFFICE OR RESIDENCE 
ADDRESS(ES)OFTHE ■ 
PERSONIS) OWNING, 
CONDUCTING OR 
TRANSACTING BUSINESS 
Elizabeth A. Hayes. 37592 N. 
Harding Ave., Lake Villa, IL 
60046, 847-587-2307. 
STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE ) 
This Is to certify that the un- 



' - 


900 


LfRlllS 



900 



Lcgals 



900 



Lcgals 



derstgned inlend(s) to con- 
duct ihe above named busi- 
ness from the location(s) indi- 
cated and that Iho true or real 
full name(s) of the person's)- 
owning, conducting or trans- 
acting the business Is/are cor- 
rect as shown. 
is/ Elizabeth A, Hayes 
May 8, 2003 

The foregoing instrument 
was acknowledged before me 
by Ihe person(s) Intending to 
conduct the business this 6th 
day of May 2003. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

fsJ Kay E. Dickman 

Notary Public 

Received: May 13, 2003 

Willard R. Helander 

Lake County Clerk 

O523D-5440-LV 

May 23, 30, 2003 

June 6, 2003 



PUBLIC NOTICE 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME application 
NAME OF BUSINESS: 
Moilanen Enterpriso 
NATURE/PURPOSE: 
Online Stores 
ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE 
CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 
61 N. California Ave., Munde- 
leln. IL 60060. 847-566-3129. 
NAME{S) AND POST 
OFFICE OR RESIDENCE 
ADDRESS(ES)OFTHE 
PERSON(S) OWNING. 
CONDUCTING OR 
TRANSACTING BUSINESS 
Teresa Moilanen, Douglas 
Moilanen. 61 N. California 
•Ave.. Mundeleln. IL 60060. 
847-566-3129, 
STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE ) 

This is to certify that the un- 
dersigned Inlond(s) to con- 
duct the abovo named busi- 
ness from the tocation(s) indi- 
cated and that the true or real 
full nama'(s) of the person(s) 
owning,. conducting or trans- 
acting Ihe business Is/aro cor- 
rect as shown. 
is! Teresa Moilanen 
tsf Douglas Moilanen 
May 7, 2003 

The foregoing Instrument 
was acknowledged before mo 
by Ihe person(s) intending lo 
conduct ihe business this 7lh 
day of May 2003. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

/s/TinaSamplo 

Notary Public 

Rccelvod: May 9, 2003 

Willard R. Helander 

Lake County Clerk 

0523D-5443-MN 

May 23. 30, 2003 

June 6, 2003 



•PUBLIC NOTICE 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME application 
NAME OF BUSINESS: 
Futuristic Computers.com 
NATURE/PURPOSE: 
Training, repair, networking, 
sales, web design, gaming 
ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE ' 
CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 
396 North Gals Rd., Linden- 
hurst, IL 60046. 847-833- 
6864. 

NAMEfS) AND POST 
OFFICE OR RESIDENCE 
ADDRESS(ES)OFTHE 
PERSON(S) OWNING, 
CONDUCTING OR 
TRANSACTING BUSINESS 
Larry D. Shonfelt, P.O. Box 
286, Round Lake Beach, IL. 
847-833-6864. 
STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE) 

This is to certify that the un- 
dersigned Intend(s) lo con- 
duct ihe above named busi- 
ness from the location(s) Indi- 
cated and that the true or real 
full name(s) of the person(s) 
owning, conducting or trans- 
acting the business is/are cor- 
rect as shown. 
I si Larry D, Shonfelt 
May 16, 2003 

The foregoing instrument 
was acknowledged before me 
by the person(s) Intending to 
conduct the business this 
16th day of May 2003. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

IsJ Christina J. Horn 

Notary Public 

Received: May 16, 2003 

Willard R. Helander 

Lake County Clerk 

0523D-5444-RL 

May 23. 30, 2003 

June 6, 2003 

PUBLIC NOTICE 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME application 
NAME OF BUSINESS; 
Jack Bell Sealcoatlng 
NATURE/PURPOSE: 
Sealcoatlng 

ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE 
CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 
1608 Longmeadow, Linden- ' 
hursl, ILL. 60046. (847) 356- 
8401. 

NAME(S) AND POST 
OFFICE OR RESIDENCE 
ADDRESS(ES)OFTHE 
PERSON(S) OWNING, 
> CONDUCTING OR 
TRANSACTING BUSINESS 
Jack Bell, 1008 Longmeadow, 
Lindenhurst, ILL., 60046. 
{847)356-6401. 
STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE ) 

This is to certify that the un- 
dersigned Intend(s) to con- 
duct the above named busi- 



ness from lha localion(s) indi- 
cated and that the true or real 
full name(s) of ihe'person(s) 
owning, conducting or trans- 
acting ihe business Is/are cor- 
rect as shown, 
/s/ Jack Bell 
May 20, 2003 

The foregoing Insirument 
was acknowledged before me 
by the person(s) Intending to 
conduct the business this 
20th day of May 2003. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

Isi Eleanor A. Petruska 

Notary Public 

Received: May 20, 2003 

Willard R. Helander 

Lake County Clerk 

0523D-5448-LV 

May 23. 30. 2003 

June 6, 2003 



PUBLIC NOTICE 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME application 
NAME OF BUSINESS: 
Hunter Green Flooring 
NATURE/PURPOSE: 
Floor & Wall Installations 
ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE 
CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: . 
1408 Elm Ave., Round Lake 
Beach, IL, 60073. (847) 546- 
6230. 

NAME(S) AND POST 
OFFICE OR RESIDENCE 
ADDRESS(ES)OFTHE 
PERSON(S) OWNING, 
CONDUCTING OR 
TRANSACTING BUSINESS 
Ron Hunt, 1408 Elm Ave., 
Round Lake Beach, ILL. 
60073. (847) 546-6230. 
STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE) 

This is to certify that Ihe un- 
dersigned intend(s) lo con- 
duct the above named busi- 
ness from the location(s) Indi- 
cated and that Ihe true or real 
full name(s) of the person (s) 
owning, conducting or trans- 
acting the business Is/are cor- 
rect as shown, 
/s/ Ron Hunt 
May 20, 2003 

The foregoing instrument 
was acknowledged before mo 
by the person(s) intending to 
conduct the business this 
20lh day of May 2003. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

/s/ Ivelle M.Diaz 

Notary Public 

Received: May 20, 2003 

Willard R. Helander 

. Lake County Clerk 

0523D-5449-RL 

'May 23, 30, 2003 

June 6, 2003 



900 


' Legal* 



900 


■ Lcgals 



PUBLIC NOTICE . 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME application 
NAME OF BUSINESS: 
K & V Enterprise 
NATURE/PURPOSE: 
Real Estate Investor 
ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE 
CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY; ' 
17636 Wlndslow Dr., Gray- 
slake, IL 60030, 847-367- 
3662. 

NAMEfS) AND POST 
OFFICE OR RESIDENCE 
ADDRESS(ES)OFTHE 
PERSON(S) OWNING. 
CONDUCTING OR 
TRANSACTING BUSINESS 
Victor Burgos, Kim Burgos, 
17638 Wlndslow Dr., Gray- . 
slake. IL 60030, 847-367- 
3662. 

STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE) 

This Is to certify that the un- 
dersigned Intend(s) to con- 
duct (ho above named busi- 
ness from the locatlon(s) Indi- 
cated and that the true or real 
full name(s)' of. the person(s) 
owning, conducting or trans- 
acting the business Is/are cor- 
rect as shown. 
Is! Victor Burgos 
/si Kim Burgos ' 
May 16, 2003 

The foregoing Instalment 
was acknowledged before me 
by the person(s) Intending lo 
conduct the business this 
16th day of May 2003. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

/al Ivelte M. Diaz 

Notary Public 

Received: Mu/ 16, 2003 

Willard R. Helander 

Lake County Clerk 

0530E-5463-GL 

May 30, 2003 

June 6, 13,2003 



rtess from the locatlon(s) Indi- 
cated and that the true or real 
full name(s) of the person(s) 
owning, conducting or trans- 
acting Iho business Is/are cor- 
rect as shown. , 
Is/ Rene ). Stolllett 
May 21, 2003 

The foregoing Instrument 
was acknowledged before me 
by the person(s) Intending to 
conduct the .business this 
21 St. day ol May 2003. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

Is! Elizabeth A. Thloiman 

■ Notary Public 

Received: May 23, 2003 

Willard R. Helander 

- ". Lake County Clerk 

0530E-5487-MN 

! May 30. 2003 

June 6, 13.2003 



PUBLIC NOTICE 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME application 
NAME OF BUSINESS: 
Gordiano's Steel Works and 
Fencing 

NATURE/PURPOSE: 
Fencing 

ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE 
CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 
724 Warrior Street, Round 
Lake Hts., ILL. 60073. (647) 
546-4318. - 
NAME(S) AND POST 
OFFICE ORRESIDENCE 
ADDRESS(ES) OF THE 
PERSON(S) OWNING, 
CONDUCTING OR * 
TRANSACTING BUSINESS 
J. Simon Gordiano. 724 War- 
rior Street, Round Lake His., 
60073. (847) 546-4318. J. 
Guadalupe Gordiano, 1503 
Kildor Street. Round Lako 
Beach, IL. 60073. (847) 546- 
4559. ' ~^- 

. STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE) 
This is to certify that the.un- 



PUBUC NOTICE 
ASSUMED BUSINESS j^djrsigried JntftndCsJ^lft^on- 

duct the above named busi- 



NAME application 
NAME OF BUSINESS: 
RCT2 World Hosting 
NATURE/PURPOSE; 
Selling Web Hosting (Internal) 
ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE 
CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 
1824 Oslo Ct„ Mundeleln, IL., 
60060. (847) 327-9055. 
NAME(S) AND POST 
OFFICE ORRESIDENCE 
ADDRESS(ES)OFTHE 
PERSON(S) OWNING. 
CONDUCTING OR 
TRANSACTING BUSINESS* 
Rene I.Slofllett, 1824 Oslo 
Ct., Mundeleln, ILL. 60060. 
(B47) 327-9055. 
STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE ) 

This Is to certify triaWhe un 
darsigned inlend(s) to con 
-duct the above named busi- 



ness from the location(s) Indi- 
cated and that the true or real 
full name(s) ot the person(s) 
owning, conducting or. trans- 
acting the business Is/are cor- 
rect as shown... 
Is/ J. Simon Gordiano 
Is! J. Guadalupe Gordiano 
May 13, 2003 

The foregoing Instrument 
was acknowledged before me 
by the person(s) intending lo 
conduct the business this 
13lh day of May 2003. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

Is/ Mauriclo Orozco 

Notary Public 

Received: May 15, 2003 

Willard R. Helander 

Lake County Clerk 

0530E-5461-RL 

May 30, 2003 

June 6, 13, 2003 



We're here to take your calls. 




MEDIA 




FOOTBALL CAMP (ATTENTION: CORN FARMERS 



Jim Miller & Bobby Engram Football Camp 

"Daily Instrudton? from mm\ tf thv Chiwgo .Bwi»r 

AjpR-tA' fllliPi) TMirtTiiiily Wwrjtlbwllliif.wxly-.liil/ tU7_. 




jit. a«i.'-&U ( iUU V.1.V fliV 
UWr l.hyrw teqnn Urwl ilwte •.van 



W.t* Wt-vu 



Limited Enrellmonl! * Outstanding Coaching Staff! 

THE BEST FOOTBALL CAMP IN THE US AT 



For FREE BrocrMa CM 1<SCO-55WW01 or visit ftwftfwlftlcamrc-com 



dh. If you grew or borvetfed Mon Starling-Corn 

in 2000 you may quality fir parr of ihe $1 lOtfW.OOO. 

CASH SETTLEMENT 

TIME RESraCTICNS AJTIY. CAiLNCWj - 

MB www.CO^FORMS.com 

ynnrrtari tiinnvlfttnircurj 




TT^fi«tr^nTirIT»" si*vtf i » i**to ntu rt ci hi rq so r rta r ti 1 nnj I to jbi r am at )e*r avr 
vikr.it mmtg.Tir Ua if*)! » Kin Vw Ire rwJ » t*i ■dthtetvwi cry rvywm mhvd h tin tviwmt 




L 



jFRFEACCU-CHEK compact note! 



foY'Cmituntd Strip 
FlirniiciirsNHdl ltiC;irry SlrijK 

iVv UpFnnlCwh ' flu hpmtvjk 
»DLimTC)YOCiRH(a(E 

ui.i.ti iii ouKiiMi. iiiiiiisfics i kiilini; 
1-300-735-3636 



May 30, 2003 



CLASSIFIEDS 



Lakeland Newspapers I B 3 1 



NEWSPAPERS 




To These Fine Lakeland Area Businesses & Services 



To Place 

Your Ad Here Call 

(847)223-8161 



CLEANING SERVICES 



j£We will dean almost anything} -7j^\'^ 3^ 
T> - a*. A. ^ _ ^v 

m" !%esidentiaC*x 
ft Commercial? 



* 



. Firsl 
limo cuslamofs' 
'call forjnfo about 
discounted 

intos 



^Sr Industrials *- 



847-740-8070 



^ Fully Bonded and Insured. All English speaking stall. *Jr 

*****y-K ******* ***** 



COMPUTER CONSULTING 



■f^^^ Computer 
^ Feeling 
Down? 




can 
help! 



Over 19 years of experience Mac or PC, 

Home or Office Consulting, Training, 

Networking, Service Support, 

Upgrades or Repair! 

Customer Satisfaction is our 
highest.' priority. 

If you DONT see resu!ts...you DONT pay! 



Mentor Quest 

847-740-2622 

Or Visit Our Website: vuww.mentorquest.com 



CONCRETE SERVICES 




Is Your Concrete 



*'««*, 



'*, 



'*? 



Don't Replace It! Let us Raise, 
Level & Stabilize it!! 

• Guaranteed Not to Settle Again 

• No Digging or Excavating 

• One Day, Service 

• Can be Used the Same Day 

Save XJpTo 50% Compared To The Cost 

of Replacing Concrete!! 
•Sidewalks • Garage Entrance 

•Driveways • Patios 



Garage Floor 



Entrance Way 



(847) 8T2-1212 

-WAviv.iuna25ingcoiicrete.com 



FLOORING & TILE 



Tildas' Wood Flooring, Inc. 

Alt types ;of hurtlwood, laminate, porno; 
euginticitid flooring. Consulting,' design, 
Insuitlation, repiilr, sand Inn- 
Free estimates, Fully Insured. 
(d47) 7Q7-37QQ 




mwpqgawwiwmfU'i 



GUTTER SERVICES 



AMERICAN GUTTERS OurMhih hiObunjuiurt 



•5* & 6" Gutters • Solfit &.Facla • 
• Gutters Extruded on Site 
• Wide Variety of Colors 
Repair-Guitar Cleaning & Screening ., 
• 20 YearWarranly on All Work 
• 40 Years Experience 



847-587-5080 







■■^ ^ ■ 1 



KITCHEN & BATH 



C Decks and Basements p 

V^_ 25 Oiah in biisimsst J 



•^ - 



KB 



Construction 
Company 



LEES KITCHENS A GATHS 



GENERAL REMODELING 
Fully Insured & tree estimates 

847-740-4338 



m 



LANDSCAPING 



QRE'EriMACHiri'E 
LANDSCAPING 



| ♦ Unique Landscape Design 
I ♦ Creative Brick Paver Installations ■ 
* ♦Trees, Shrubs, Mulch ■ 

| ♦ Natural Stone Walks & Patios | 
One Unique Landscape at a Time 



I 
i 
i 
i 
i 
i 
i 



1-800-951-7698 

Visit our website at: 

www.greentnacMnelIc.c6tn 



Greenmachine Garden 
Center 

1 1024 Highway 83 Trevor. WI 

•Located 2 miles North of Antioch, IL* 

•0- Annuals ♦ Perrenlals 

♦ Lots Morell 



$ Come Across The Border. and Save $ 



I Bring this ad and receive* Free | 
- Delivery and 1 0% off products. . 

5/1/03 - 5/30/03 



I 
I 
I 
I 
I 
I 
I 





Royal Gardens landscaping 

for ornamental pL ,! og bed* for weekly maintenance 
customer*. Spring and fall cleanup included. 

• Weekly Lawn Maintenance • Retaining Walk/Brick 

• SeedVSod/GrarJlng * Fertilizer/Weed Control 

• Landscape Installation * Water Features 

Call Mellaaa Today for your FREE estimate] 

(847) 973-9000 

Let MirfrtentUv stHjfUtltv can t>f \tmr tumttai/tv tivtiti. 
Office Hour* 8-5 M -F, 8-12 Saturday" 

Shredded Hardwood .,,.$28.00 
— Fast Free Delivery — Shredded Dlontl Cedar . . .$J5.00 

CREDIT CAKDS OK PuyMSI $35.00 

AUi puhtriird uipwiUwJfn ml*,mu»h- Premium Dark .,,,.,,,, .$35.00 

iwm ciimpmt.und. Brawl, wkj, etc. Cedar Chips $35.00 

Dyed Red Hutch $4Z,t» 

Red Cedar.... ..$53.00 

Cypress.... ..,$5300 



MULCH & TOPSOIL 



SURE GREEN 

C847) .888-9999 
(800) 303-5150 



PAINTING & DECORATING 




AINTINGPLGIS 



DiTOUOR/EXTERIOR: 

. CUSTOM/FAUX HNBHES'/'; 
CAli FOR OUR SPRING SPECIALS 

(847)738-0362 




ROOFING SERVICES 



"MOST ROOFS COMPLETED IN 1 DAY!!"' 



Repair Specialist • Tear-Offs • Re-Roofs 
Power Fans •Siding • Gutters • Windows 




ROOf/f/G 

5/D/T/G 

CARPEflTftY 

JU 



Insta Nations No Job Too Big Or Smal l 



847-949-9180 



LOCALLY OWNED & OPERATED SINCE 1988 



HOME IMPROVEMENT 





» 



■:::■■ -■<'■: ■ ~t;.;: : iiv.sr 
lansr 

ll'UC't 

l? 
■A 
II 

if 

::: 

K 

;: 
n 

5C 
3* 
If. 
I 

n 

:: 
u 

u 

II 

K 
II 

V\- 
It 

]• 

;: 

if 
il 

FJ 

if 

r. 
U 

•• 
v. 
il 
U 

;: 
it 
II 

a 
n 
a 
n 



aotsssi 

SSI 



Horizon 



Specializing in CUSTOM 
BASMNTF1SHG 
Full Service Remodeling 
Acoustical Ceilings 

lei us q/ve m a fflffi KIME on Iwino mm 
basement info the living space you're dreamed of! 



I 



I 






847-838-5949 



NIJH 

M 



SMALL CARPENTRY JOBS 



• Deckj • tnstalls * Ripiln 

• So |iir» la (hi BU 
Call Smltty at 817-B15-9666 




Thlnklna »t Remodeling v- 

Kitchens 

Baths 

Basements & More 
a47-517-S151 
B47-GS1-B432 ^{ 







wwwwws^p ? 



# U * m 

Five Star £ r 

Itcwflng • Shi li ik * Decks 

I'liO l It: «-t7-6(iH-.10lt'; 

liuurcd 
Free fottnutn 

z * 



* * * 



WINDOWS 



Insured 



«VI 



VV A 



WINDOW & 

GUTTER 
CLEANING 

Ol-Ouly rnurri*i\ 



Froo Esiimales 
CoilM.ko , 

847-265-1483 



UK 



People who read 

LAKELAND MEDIA 

are 



STUDENTS WITH 
BETTER QRADES 



It all starts with Ntmpapcrs 



WINDOWS & SIDING 



TREE SERVICES 



SAWVELL THEE SERVICE 



i Residential, 
Commercial 



CXIMATEGUARff 



PRODUCTS 



Buy Direct From The Manufacturer 
Serving Chicagoland For Over 35 Years 




FREE Estimates, 
Fully Insured 
(847) 
566-9372 



Alpine Tree 
Service 






• free fair Estimates 
40 Venn Family EHperienu 
Fully Insured u 

^^ CALL ANYTIME 2VT fS 



847-548-4993 



S LAZAR - 

aP Services 



TrM C*tm 1 Lind»c»ping 
_ and mora 

hu. S rrM 



ASPHALT 



Custom Vinyl 

Windows 

& Doors 

IN 5-7 DAYS! 




STUDK 



grtifgiTW Visit our' 40,000 
square foot 
showroom 

today! wwwsludiQlortyontjcom 

Hours: Mon-Fii 8 30am-5.30pm • Sat 10am-4pm 

847-266-1 900. 

3160 Skokie Valley Road • Highland Park, IL 



F&F SEALCOATING 



(847) 566-2743 

Free estimates Cf)5 
29 YEARS 

EXPERJENCE 

CAUAND 
LtiWG MESSAGE 






7*~. 




LANDSCAPING 



RGS LANDSCAPE 



• Rculninf Wtllt • BrkkPavIni 

■ Bobcat Service • Lot Clearing 

•Tren Trimming & Removal 

• Gutter Cleaning • Mulch 

• Spring & Fall Cleanup 

• Sand & Gravel • Sod 

• Pulverized Top Soil 



(815)482-2424 



ROOFING 




oof Repair 
Shingle Roofs 
Cedar Shakes 
Tear-off Hi 

Ojulii our anccUHy 
re Ejl./linurt'd 
7-682-9149 



To Place An 

* 

Ad in our Service Directory 




MEDIA 



Call (847) 223-81 61 
or Fax (847) 223-2691 



■ 







Per 
Month* 



ovsssssl 



NEW 2003 CHEVY 

TAHOE 

Stk #231267 3i | Jfj 
$31,363 



Per 

Month* 



(993 CHEVY 
S-10 

• UIO, (KMI 

$4,950 



1994 BUICK 
I CENTURY CUSTOM | 

«MYMU 

$4,995 



1 ZOOO POHTIAC 
■ SUHFIRE CT 

jwtoori 

L{ $B.99S 


2002 CHEVY 
CAVALIER 

40t, 1040101 

$9,675 


1999 JEEP GRD 
CHEROKEE 

4<l UMII10. Mil 

$11,750 


1999 CHEVY 

EXPRESS G:30 

ismtuuitMi 

$13,900 



I 



V - 



2001 POHTIAC 
GRAND AM SE 

»I.*IU« ■KHLLIUI 

$14,750 



1990 CHEVY SS 
454 P/U 

■ IDs. M1MI 

$15,750 



1990 GRAND 
CHEROKEE LTD 

umatoor, m» 

$16,950 



2001 CHEVY 

CAMARO ZZ6 

wil ruitT iginrptH 

$10,900 



2002 CHEVY 
CAMARO Z2B 

Mcn.u»Hn 
$20,995 



| . 2O03 CHEVY 
• TRAILBLAZER LS 

SB ISK 414 IDJBCC! 

$25,995 



2001 CMC SIERRA 
SIT 3500 4X4 

MMUT1 

$27,500 



ZOOl CHEVY 

HONTE CARLO LS 

• to, ton 

$14,750 



1994 DODGE 
RAM P/U 

*U. UT.lOtDIM 

$5,750 



2000 CHEVY 
TRACKER 

401. 414, MID T0»1 

$10,350 



ZOOl CHEVY 
IMPALA 

«:i iblDlD. tOU 

$13,950 



2000 JEEP 
WRANGLER 4X4 

$14,975 



2001 POHTIAC 
SUNFIRE SE 

IMMM 

$8,950 



ZOOIGHC 
JIMMY 4X4 

101DIDI 

$10,950 



2001 POHTIAC 
GRAND AM GT 
104MO, uiNtoon 

$13,995 



1999 HONDA 
PASSPORT EX 

•4|4t 

$14,995 



JUST ARRIVED 

2000 CHEVY 

CAMARO 

■uCT-ion, 

IOUND.KKUU* 



'10,950 




JUST ARRIVED 




2000 SEBRiNO 


2000 CHEVY 


2000 DODGE 


XI CONVERTIBLE 


SILVERADO LS 


RAM QUAD CAB 


klltHU. WIHT1 


W w/cif. 4i i: 


' U.1. 4141 


$15,750 


. $15,995 


$16,450 


1997 CHEVY 


2001 BMW 


2001 CHEVY 


SUBURBAN 1500 IT 


330 CI COUPE 


S-10 CREW CAB 


1Q • WM, 104,0(01 


IIB, lOOf. 1141)11*1 


401, 4t4 US ■ UP 


$16,950 


CALL) 


$17,650 



IMO HO. UTIllIT IIB; 

w.iooi icuii 



2Q0I CHEVY 
TAHOE 4DR 

414, LOIDICI 

, $24,900 



2001 FORD 
EXPEDITION 

1H, 414, UM (lull 

$26,500 



2000 CHEVY 

CORVETTE COHV'T 

KliulKimiori 

$35,450 



2002 CHEVY 

CAMARO 

comri. in. 104DI0I 

$19,950 



2000 LEXUS 
RX300 

40*. 4141 

$25,900 



Z002 CHEVY 
SILVERADO 2500 

CUM C4I- 414 

$26,500 



MANY 

MORE 

AVAILABLE! 



2002 JEEP 
LIBERTY 4X4 

LMM1I0. OUT Mil 

$20,950 



2000 CHEVY 
S-10 EXT P/U 

414. Ift2. IOACIDI 



5 13,995 



MANAGERS SPECIAL 

2002 CHEVY 
CAMARO CONVT 

IMCLOADCO 

M9,500 l 

MANAGERS SPECIAL 

1992 CHEVY 
CORVETTE ZR1 

vm. mint, mm 

*29,500 




Visit Both 
Our Used Gar 
Locations! 

OVER 1000 
in Stock 



Guaranteed 

Financing 



CASH & CARRY 



NEW 2003 CHEVY 

SUBURBAN 2500. 

Stk #231340 
$34,552 



Per 
Months 



TRUCKS. VANS & SUV'S 




SPORTS & SEDANS 




n 



OVER -IOOO USED CARS ONLINE 

www.aasfunchevy.com 

MEGASTORE 

1-888-FUN CHEVY 

LOCATED ON RTE ISO JUST WEST , 
OF (•2S4 IN ORAYSLAKB 



Turn Downs 

Everyone 

Qualifies 

with pr^cf ct enipicjfndni and 
adequate income and down 
payment 



_i . 



1989 BUICK SKYLARK ttirtB . .MM jlsgg 06^ lUffl'^ ttol ' 2000 Oww timX5SS& 

1987 CHEVT CELEBRITY WACOM huh .'195 iw,»i* .. **&m^< !um* , *mJi*mn*mi $^£& 

1985 VOLVO DL SDH NOMHUn .195 ;$"M QQR V_ 

1978 CMtVY CAMARO MHUten ....,'............. '295 » lW|«y«4> - » Vf. U>( 

1990 CHEVY COO CARGO no t RUOT1 ........ ,'595 1997 CHEVY TRACKER 4 DR. U4. tuio, AM . . . .'. , ,'3,995 

1966 FORD MUSTANG CPE .^95 1995 FORD AUOSTAR auto, air, UUT C0NH1I0NI .'3,995 

1989 HONDA PRUUDE 7995 1994 TOYOTA 4RUNNER 414, ILACIlUuni .'3.995 

1988 JEEP CHEROKEE MlCHAKICt JHCtAU ..>995 1996 CHEVY BLAZER 4DR 414. HO t IUDYI .....'4,995 

1990 POHTIAC 6RAHD AW OUT IUY1 ....... . .'1,295 1996 CMC SIERRA 1500 P/U mm. MICTD «i«m .'4,995 

1992 NISSAN SENTRA 4DR U1IC TUttSMRUIIOH .'1,595 1994 CMC YUKON unlit, ZDR. KiCIO RICKTI . ( 7,W3 

1999 DODGE CARAVAN 4 DOM AND KEHTY UORII . .'8,995 
1997 MERCURY VILLAGER CS T tUU WW. RICHT '8,995 

11999 Mwwry Couffu* ■ i ■ 2000 CtwYiiw Sftrtig'Cowt" 1999 CHEVY ASTRO CARGO RntTC. MUCIO richti . .»9,995 

^■jt^ ' -^3"" • ^TrirUf- -^fSf ■ ,999 cHtvY * wD v * M iuT °- iou>u> - jHuh '' o,,s 

*)995 ^p5oi*rS v 15«995 s »4ii^*'^' 199a cwc iitKKk plCKUP »"•".«»■ «« .... '10,995 

Wnib taurus wagon wo. m. mr u« . .'mm " »" CHEVY BLAIER «£ "*• » Q * ■""• ■ ■ -^ w 

1991 ■UlCXUOUMHCWnn^MTTn^MIIII '3.995 »»» M ' T r s n UB,SH1 M0MTEB ° XLS *« w»*« • K.W 
1990 POHTIAC SUNDIRD COHVT RtO A RL4STI . . . .'3,995 200 ° J " P "«<>»« SPORT TWIT LOADCDI . . . .12,995 

1996 KISS AH SEHTRA SON AUTO,'** ICWWTI . . .'3,995 | «"» «» »> M ° S ™ '* !**?"* l °*° U " ' ' 'If 1 !!* 

1997 CHEW MOMTE CARLO Hill LIST iHCtUl "5.995 ?°" ™"" , 11 ?"£ ,D V, J* M U7 0lftT "* W " ,WW 

2001 CHEVY CAVAUER COUPC, KB t ItADt. ..... .'5,995 »» ?2SS5 SJSSS? SLT ^ ™ "Til .16,995 

1999 CHEVY MAU8U AUTO, AC. MtAF IUYI .'5.995 »»» CHtVY TAB0E tT ^ m ° , " Mlt,n WWI, ' ' ,6 ' 9 " 

WILWC0WCWfflMlOUU*W»f,«XJI«O«llIuni'8,995 2000 FORD F150 EXT CAB 4X4, 10ADCD, JHAtM , .16,995 

2001 CHEVY IHPAU SON AU10, Alt. «t«l luutll . .'9,995 »»• T0M "EDITION XLT mm * PIKU IKMTI .. 16.995 

1998 CADILLAC CATCRA ima, AffMSAiU UJiVin . .'9,995 " 00 Jt"» WRANGLER 4X4. 1 TOM. AUTO. AIM . . '18,995 

1999 POHnACSUHBIBO COHVT. «0 A itADT! ...^^S - 2W0 CMC YUKON XLE «D I«1UI, LMMD, (UM .24,995 
,998 UNCOLH CONTINENTAL Luna to*. UAAff '10,995 • 2000 CAOILUC ESCAUOE IHITL ITAMWKO TALU '27,995 

2002 OLDS AlERO GL2 too. ihi ux rACTHT i*lu ,'11,995 

2000 MERCURY GRAKB MAS0U1S WfU LWMAHUIfl ..11,995 

2000 POHTIAC GRAND AM OT w;LU«B.MniVTI .'12,995 

2002 DOCGE STRATUS CPE una. ut, oar 121 mi ..'12,995 

2003 DODGE STRATUS AUTO, AC. Ml HLU LUOOl , ,'12,995 
2000 BUICK SEGAL 6RAHD SPORT, RUCH RUUTYI .'13,995 

2000 MAZDA MIUENIA LTHR, vim. ikHACUUm .'13,995 
2003 DODGE INTREPID SE THE right ONti ...... .'14,995 

2001 BUICK REGAL OtAKD troRT, HLVU RIAUTYI , .'15,995 
2001 FORD MUSTANG CT ttUOH AUTO, m mini ..'SAVE 
2000 POHTIAC BONNEVILLE 3LE UHR. l/ROOfl . .'16,995 



OONT BEE IT HERE? CALL US OR VISIT 
' US ONLINE FOR A COMPLETE LI0T1NO1 

www.rookenbaohouttet.oom- ■ 

OUTLET CENTER 

1-866-CAR-OUTLET 

LOCATED ON RTE 120 
JUST WEST OF RTE 03 



•ilf 



CHEVROLET 



WE" LL BE THERE 



www.888funchevy.com 




WE ARE YOUR 

COMMERCIAL 

TRUCK 

SPECIALIST 




1- 



CHEVRDLET 
-FUN-CHEVY 



LOCATED ON RTE 120 JUST WEST OF 1-294 IN GRAYSLAKE FOR LOCATION AND DIRECTIONS CALL 1-888-FUN-CHEVY 




All prices & payments plus tax, title, lie & $51 .44 doc fee. All incentives applied. A Payments based on 4 44%" APR for.72 months with $0 down cash or trade, $16,67 monthly finance charge per thousand borrowed: Offer available 
to qualified buyers with approved credit subject to final lender terms* and conditions, not all customers will qualify. All incentives applied. +$1 000 best price guarantee on identical vehicle in stock, must present ad from Chicagoland. 
Nw Indiana & Southern Wisconsin areas only. *0% APR for 60 months on all 03 models in lieu of some rebates with approved credit. $0 finance-charge accrues per $1000 borrowed. See dealer for details. Savings based on 
MSRR MSRP may riot reflect actual selling price. Photos for .illustration purposes only and may not reflect actual vehicle. Vehicles subject to prior sale. Dealer not liable for price or typographical misprints. 



• v> 






ANTIOCH PUBLIC UBRARy DISTRICT 
757 MAIN SI 
ANTIOCH, IL 60002 • 



« 



M 



■ ■ 

1 



Cassoundro Kemp Aj'-. ?/■ 
and Frank ^U.;.^ 
Vanderwall pS/? 




' "''SS-. 



Anlioch Community High School 






x^\ 



Amanda Pirih and 
Qulntin Cappelle 




Carmel High School 




Ashjey 
Davidson 

Or J Y*T~**'" 

Doug Grom 

Grant Community Jilgh School -■ 



^SS'- ■/> ■( V ''; 



Adrijano Bisevac 

and 
Shannon Binder 




Grayslake Community High School 




NEWSPAPERS 

Presents 




*>av**I 



/** * ft 



^. 




A- -Look 

Ar Lake . 
County's 
Future 




Kevin TImony'A 
Kristen Sweeney 



Liberty ville High School 




STUDENT LEADERS 

* 



52 




*fc 






• : ii^S'*li-! 








Brian Janosch & 
Stacy Plucinski 



Mundelein High School 




Jimbo Nicotine & 
Janet Marrufo 



Round Lake Senior High School 





Dan Grant & 
Sarah fAllewskl 



Warren Township High School 



>w - ■ 

AH J 



■■>w$-' • ■ .- ■ - T ■ 



1? 



^S&r^ 



Steve Hernandez 
and Brian Schoo 




Wauconda High School 



For all your financial 
services needs, call on 



MM 

m 





s 







Randall J. Cashmore 

3900 Washington Sto., Suite A 
GurtHM!, 11/60031 

Bus »47-(»23-Ip% Fax 847-623-1138 
www.ml ward, jontm. coin ' 

Member SIPC 

Edwardjones 

Serving Individual Investors Since 1871 



-OS-; ; 







■WMV 



■■PH^n 



mngmdHlBEmBSR 



ifl^B^BE^^HHB^BEHH 



•mmT2iQY?iAaauoijau o i.H50!r.' 







IOOITMA 



INSURANCE 



Congratulations io Our 



2003 Graduates! 



ITATI PAtM 




IMIUIAMCI 




CHERYL SEARS 

Agent 



368 North Avenue 
Antioch, IL 6X02 



Off.: (847) 395-1321 
Fax:(847)395-1354 



919 ~IRain " Hntioch ^IJMi 

i *IJ-J 





uznTion 



wghts, 



Mouse Mi 




iMIIf* 



IftltttaM 



Picture frames 

J Ml Name Badges li 
.^—1 Wall Tiles , 

5 Wfi JTic^ |J, 

gPTOSONT'S jSMSwwSJI 
mwi .a'photo Sc,e811 ^N * h™"!! 



*£ 



NOW 
OPI!N! 



■t^t-nz^l nyi&'s 



picture Framing «* Kepalr Service p 

Congratulations on 
a job well done 
2003 Graduates 

Meet Local Artists 

Phyl Welch & Jennifer Grube 

Saturday, May 31" 

6:00 pm - 8:00 pm 



Hours; T-Tli lOnm-Spm • I'rl 10am-8pm 
Sat lUam-Spm • Sun 11ann-3pm 



H7«) Main. Street • Anllotii, 11/ 
847-395-2570 



First National Bank - 
Employee Owned 



Would Like to Extend Our 

Congratulations to All 

2003 Gaduates 



Student Leaders 2003. 



I Ban 





www.fnbeo.com 

485 Lake Street, Antioch 

36044 N. Brooksidc Drive, Gurnee 

(847) 838-BANK (2265) 

AGRJS f=5 



Qwznos Sub 



HHHH...TOASTY1 

Congratulations from the staff at 
Antioch Quizno's for your 
academic accomplishment 



.'.- .*.. 



Mention Ad & Receive 

100 OFF 



■■' *■■ ■ ■ :"■ 



NOW OPEN f 
^in Depot StdfibnMalt 

% , [Near Wn StaHoh) 




^- ..' -^ time 1893 

&&** Factory Outlet Store 
40% - 60% Summer Savings 



. 



:■«-. -, '.•.fiSBtft .: 



m :M 




Elegant 
Fine China Dinnerwarc 
• & Gifts Available 

Closeouts on Beautiful 

Crystal Stemware & 

Bar-ware (as low as $4,00) 






I 






I-C-S.com 



ctiuu* nnai • re c*m«c i mu . roMrvTu uiu i kivki 



www.I-C-S.com 
482 Orchard SL 
Antioch, IL 60002 



E-mail bbcllucci@i-c-s.com 
Phone (847)838-9446 
Fax (847) 838-0353 



Also Visit Our Museum 

782 Piekard Avenue . 'ururw.PickardChina.com 
Antioch, It 60002 847-395-3800 ex. 32 



Open 8:30-4:60 
Mon.-Sat. except holidays 



ft 



Congratulations 
to the *£> 
2003 
Graduates! ^J 







$5 C0 Off 

Anij Oepvice 



^*> 






i»pfa 




The Future is Yours 2003 Gratis 
Congratulations! 



847-395-9000 

906'Main Slrcet • Anliccli, IL 





Knee Deep Designs 

.'%^ ^ws:^ y.n f I ngine waves of people io you 



Web Site Setup: 

• Site Hosting 

• E-mail Set-up 

• Domain Registration 

• Search Engine Registration 

• Monthly Maintenance 



Marketing Materials: 

• Direct Mailers 

• Fliers & Brochures 
■ • Advertising 

• Special Promotions 

• Market Analysis 



Congratulations 
Class of 2003 



There is a. whole new world waiting for you 



Dana Vcnturi 



■. Melissa Schocnhals 

Web Development Specialist Marketing/Design Coordinator 

DVcnturi@KnccDccpDcslgns.com MSchocnlialsOKnccDccpDcslgns.coin 

i 

Phone: (847) 265-9772 • (847) 651-2399 • Fax; (847) 740-2516 
www.KnccDecpDesigns.com 



Congratulations, Seniors! 



«5i%5 



The person you arc becoming is dcicrmincd 
by the road you take in life. The map that 
guides you is your vision of who you wanl 
10- be, Your passion is the fuel that drives 
your vision into reality. 

He all dial vou can be 1 ' 



TIlC Vision TVCC Nuvvv.TheVisionTrce.eoin 





fluawjumiig women achievable re- 
sults in improving ciimmiuiicaiions. 
i r usloiiier support, learn efTecliveiivSs 
and business planning; 

. . i-V ill! ilwt vniK'Hii hii! 



Joanne Osmond 
2 16 Waierbury Circle 

; Lake Villa, i 1.601)46 

... 847-^3.2546 

jqyr/'Thc V i*. iunT re t.coni 



mfsr auto service center 

1 B90E Grand Av*.(KT. 132] > «kw 847-265-9830 

Undenhunt,tL 60046 

Your Local Service Center for 

Oil Changes, Brakes 

and Morel 



Congratulations 
Class of 2003! 



StaioGEsmnE- cooofrcAR 

OAYTOW £► otrnrx.oM' . 




firc*ronc 



e 



rmNw^waw MW" >■■! ! wi i ■■■ ■ ■ ■ ■*— 



Student Leaders 2003 



.3 



Not all of Antioch Community High School's 
soaring seniors will pursue college arid law 
school, but two standouts will- 
Both Cassaundra Kemp and Frank 
Vanderwall aspire to specialized fields with- 
in the legal profession. Kemp intends to enter the field of 
environmental law while Vanderwall has his sights set on 
patent law. 




Antioch High School 



By JULIE MURPHY 



"I want to go into environmental law," said Kemp. "I 
don't have to decide right now, but I think I might minor 
in environmental studies and keep my main focus pre- 
law." 

Vanderwall said he would take a slightly different 
approach and major in mechanical engineering while 
taking on pre-Iaw as a minor. 

"I made the decision to go into patent law because I 
enjoy physics and math, but I really like law," he said. "It 
really appeals to me. I like that I would be protecting peo- 
ples' ideas so that others can't come steal them." 

Vanderwall will attend the University of Illinois in 
Urbana while Kemp will attend a small, liberal arts school 
called Rocky Mountain College in Billings, Mont. Kemp 
has three scholarships pending and Vanderwall has four 
scholarships secured. 

Both keep the schedules expected of would-be 
lawyers, juggling full course loads, jobs and leadership 
roles within the high school. * 

Vanderwall, an Antioch resident, works at the local 
Jewel-Osco during the school year and umpires baseball 
during the summer months for both Antioch and Lake 
Villa youth baseball. 

"I'm such a huge baseball fan," Vanderwall said. "It's 
not a hardship to umpire baseball in the summer. I really 
look forward to doing it." 

Kemp travels a short distance from her Lindehhurst home 
to the Carter's children's clothing store In Gurnee Mills. 




Vanderwall 



"I love working with children, but I really like helping 
the new parents out," she said. "They don't know what 
they need or want, and I like offering true help." 

Kemp, who has had her job for two years, said the only 
thing that has kept her from a managerial position is her 
age. 

"You have to be IB years old for management, and I 
just had my birthday. Maybe I'll get a promotion," she 
said.* ' 

In their four years at ACHS, both Vanderwall and 
Kemp have served as role models for other students at 
the school from within the activities they are involved. 



Kemp 



Kemp is part of the Freshman Advisory Panel, is a peer 
mentor and serves as a reporter for both the local and 
north district of the jobs for Illinois Graduates (JILG) pro- 
gram. Vanderwall is a member of the National Honor 
Society (NHS), a JILG member, has played baseball for 
the school and plays bass guitar in a band called Fallout. 

Vanderwall combined his interest in his band and the 
service hours needed to fulfill the requirements of the 
NHS to raise over $800 for cancer research last year. He's 
made the gig annual, and hopes that future high school 

Please sue LEGAL EAGLES 129 









K * 


N 




9 


jL "'■! 






WLyk* 


& 








1 






1 

1 




I 




MfiSjemrisQar ftemtiieir high 
^^0MMoMgher : " i ^^^ 

mm 




■ ,^.yr-'f < **v : >! 



Congratulations to all 2003 Greatest 



As you prepare for your future, keep State Bank of The Lakes in mind. For the continuing 
student, we offer free student checking, debit and credit cards and, of course, loans. For 
those following a different path, see us for auto loans, business loans and many other 
services that will help open the doors to success! 




State Bank of The Lakes 



Antioch • Lindenhurst • Grdysloke • Spring Grove 



(847) 395-2700 

www.thisisyourbank.com 




Student Leaders 2003 



*$*x 



Carmel High School Sg£ 



You don't really have to do a lot of soul-searching ir 
you attend Carmel High School in Mundulein: 
They tin a fairly good job ofholping-you with Mint. 
Starting with day one. Carmel students arc 
highly encouraged to get involved with as many 
activities as possible, whether they are required or not. 

From participation in the ministry to 20 required hours or 
some form of community service required per semester, stu- 
dents certainly get a big jump on what lies ahead in the world 
following graduation; 




By JOHN PHELPS 

"Students here operate from a deep personal center— 
they're active and set lofty goals Tor themselves. We try and 
facilitate that." said Father Hob Carroll, the school's principal. 
, "We want to prepare them so that they have the ability to 
achieve their goals and be persistent and dedicated with what- 
ever they are involved in." 

Whiic there are countless students who are testament to 
that formula, two in particular have used the Carmel system, so 
to speak, to its fullest capacity: seniors Amanda Pirih and 
Quinlin Cappelle. • 

Pirih is already a well-traveled woman. Prior to coming to 
Carmel, she lived in England for four years because her father 
—received a job transfer. It's an experience that helped Iter pre- 
pare for Carmel, you could say, 

"Just seeing the different cultures over there (London, to be 
exact) and changing scenery prepared me mentally for just 
about any situation," said Pirih, who ranks in the top 5 percent 
of her class with a 4.35 grade point average. "Moving around a 
little bit when I was younger made me not get too attached to 
any one thing. It was also ically cool learning French and being 
able to speak to the people over there. It was a great experience. 
It prepared me in a lot of different ways." 

Prior to London, Pirih lived in Florida. She was born in 
Roselle, and currently lives in Green Oaks, near Libertyvillc. 

And while London prepared her for Carmel, Carmel is and 
has prepared her for life after high school. 

"They (Carmel) really get you to exceed above and beyond; 
to be involved with not only academics, but extra curricular 
activities," she said. "They want you to be a part of as much as 
possible, so you can bring something back to Carmel." 

As mentioned, the community aspect is a big-part of the 
Carmel plan; 

"They stress that very much," said Pirih. "We sign con- 
tracts. right from the beginning (your freshman year) for 20 
hours per semester of community involvement. The coaches 
and faculty are terrific, from the time you first step foot in until 
the time you graduate. They are all very kind and really make 
the students feel comfortable. That makes things easier foryou. 
And the more things you're involved with, the more confidence 




■ ^'fn^-V-iW 








- ■■ ,=■•■• r-vw- 




- ■■ ■ " 



' , itXifcizbiES&xi- 



'M*: 






t 



G If ■• - .' 



*=£> 



Ct - 



t : 



CO 



m 



£ 







Q^efM gQ (ibove 




% 



•ft 



£*i 



\ 



you build." 

Pirih has excelled in just about everything she's been 
involved in while at Carmel. She's been a member of the 
National Honor Society for the past two years, is involved with 
Carmel's spectacle 'Street Scenes,' which Is put on every win- 
ter, and is a member of the French and 
Mu Alpha Beta Math clubs. She is also a 
four-year member of the volleyball and 
softball teams. 

As for her community service 
involvement this year, Pirih did her two 
semesters, or 40 hours, at Liberlyville's 
Cook Memorial Library. 

"That was a lot of fun. They have pro- 
grams for kids where we read to them," j' 
she said. "1 also teach Catholic education 
classes for kindergarten at St. Joseph's in 
Libertyvillc." 

Following graduation, Pirih plans on 
going after an engineering degree while 
attending the University of Illinois. 

As for Cappelle, this guy could easily 
be a professional musician. I 

He is also a prime example where 
taking advantage of the opportunities r 
afforded to him by Carmel is concerned. 

"It's definitely the teachers and fac- 
ulty," said Cappelle, who currently ranks 



No.- 1 In his class. "They really care about developing each stu- 
dent to their fullest potential, in and out of the classroom." 

Though he is involved widi numerous activities, Cappelle's 
main love has been music Since elementary school, he has 
been studying the piano and playing the trumpet with a private 





It's Summer time! 



Inroi your teen in; 



What is your future Freshman or Sonhomore 
doing with their summer days? 



A summer enrichment program that is "college insurance" while still leaving time for 

swimming, biking, and other summer fun! 

For two weeks, 2 hours a clay your teen can keep their educational edge in a fun environment - it's not just book 
learning! With, the help of videos, music and role playing they will learn to develop interpersonal skills and conflict 
resolution, improve time management skills and most importantly develop their most valuable asset • THEMSELVESl 





Classes are forming now and are limited to only 15 students per session! 

For more information on how you can make this your teen's best summer, contact: 

Mary Lou Williamson • fewchoreforms, incl 

847-821-2632 • 847-265-5767 (fax) 

miwilliamson@fewchorefarm$;com 




— •* 



■'■ 



_. - ... 



,"n ' ' ii »n i i 



Student Leaders 2003 



jnstructor. While at Carmcl, he's been a member of the march- 
ing, jazz and ensemble for all four years. 

"lie's one of those kids that picked the skills he was good at and 
honed in on them, as to perfect them," said David Wicbbrs, 
Cappelle's music instnictorand director of Girmcl's music depart- 
ment. "Hegoes above and beyond, as to set the bar to another level. 
He definitely has the drive and knows how to push himself." 

Speaking of that other level, Cappelle has been on the 
Illinois Music educator's Association District 7 Festival Honors 
Band since his sophomore year; He took it a step further this 
year when he qualified through districts to become one of the 
top trumpeters in the state of Illinois. He earned first-chair 
trumpet for the IMEA All-State band. 

"I just really enjoy playing," he said. "It's one of those things 
you pick up on right away and try to excel at." 

Cappelle, like Pirih, is also a member of the National Honor 
Society and pianist for Street Scenes. He has also been involved 
in student council and the Mu Alpha Thcia National Math 
Club. For the National Honor Society, he was elected first vice- 
president this year. 

As for his community service, Cappelle did community hours 
this year for the Penwasciz Program at Condell Medical Center. 

"That was really cool," he said. "I was what you call a candy 
striper. That's where you go around to different floors assisting 
doctors and nurses with their patients. We also had to do clini- 
cal time every week, where you're assigned to help out on a 



designated floor." 

A prerequisite before one can graduate from Carmcl, is a 
mandatory retreat, which doesn't have to be through the school. 
Cappelle worked for the American Red Cross his freshman year. 
For the last thrccycars, he went on service trips dirough St. Joseph's 
Youth Group, traveling to Mississippi twice and Wisconsin once. As 
for die ministry, that is part of the religion course requirement at 
Cnrmcl, run through the religion department. 

Following graduation, in a short two-three weeks from 
now, Cappelle, believe it or not, wants to get involved with the 
pre-med program while earning a chemical engineering degree 
from the University of Dayton. 

ironically, he is heading to the Ohio school on a music 
scholarship. 

Both Cappelle and Pirih agreed on one common thread 
that not only bonds the two of them, but the entire student 
body at Carmcl. 

"Just the memories I'll have of walking through the halls, 
saying hello and knowing just about everyone in your class— 
that's what I'll look back on the most," said Cappelle. 

As for Pirih; "just doing a lot of different things and having 
the support of my classmates, teachers and family is what 
means the most to me," she said. 

They might be headed down different avenues once they 
graduate, but Pirih and Cappelle will always share that one 
common thread— they focus on and excel in whatever they do. 




%■'•;',•.- j» 



The Professional Framers 

MUNDELEIN FRAME 
HOUSE & GALLERY 



ftyfott 



© 



Congratulations to all 
2003 Graduates! 

Now's the time to frame your diplomas, 
awards, photos & certificates. 
These memories are priceless! 



Gift Certificates ^ 
Available 



u 



425 N. Lake St. (Rte. 45) 

Mundelein, II, 60060 

847-566-0090 



Mains 
Tiics- Fri lltWl ■ 5:.1ll 

Nil 'J ni) ■ I mi 

Cloned Sun (L Man 

Cicnlnpty Appointment 






-pizzemA 

& CATERING 



Salutes the 

Carmel High School 

Class of 2003 

& 

Ike "OtcgutoT Koita'o Ctetu 




Mundelein 

460 N. Lake Street 

847.949.0002 




HHBJvT* "* mm ^" m ™ **" — ** " ™ ™ ™ ■" ™ 



Matt 
Hober 



Ashley 
Bowes 



Sarah 

Roffman 



Collin 
Stephens 



Ashley 
Jakaitis 



Chris 
Loti 



I 
I 
I 

I 
I 
I 
I 
I 
I 
I 
1 
I 
I 
I 
I 
1 
I 

I 

I 

Ii 

I 

I 
1 

I 




PARK 

Fine Dining 



ST RE E T 

Casual Atmosphere 



Salutes the 

Carmel High School 

Class of 2003 



I 
I 
I 

I 

,1 
II 

I 
I 

1 
I 
I 
I 
I 
I 
I 
I 
I 
I 
I 
I 
I 



■■t-- 1 -*-' 



J 



Appetizer or 
Dessert with 
the purchase 
of our lunch or' 
dinner entree 



14 East Park Street 
Mundelein, Illinois 60060 

Ph: (847) 949-1900 
Fax: (847) 566-7243 * 



l 

i 

i 

t 

i 

i 

i 

i 

i 

i 

l 




Chamber of Commerce 



Salutes the Class 
of 2003 



Lake County's Largest Chamber of Commerce Representing the Green Oaks, 
Libertyville, Mundelein, Vernon Hills area. Supporting and promoting 750+ businesses in 

Central Lake County Shop GLMV Members! Grow with us! 



ACS Relay for Life GLMV,. June 7-8 
Golf Outing Wednesday, Aug. 6 



Twice Monthly Business Mixers 
Monthly Luncheons, seminars and more! 



1123 S. Milwaukee Ave., Libertyville, IL 60048 • Phone: (847) 680-0750 Fax: (847) 680-0760 

Visit our website at www.glmvchamber.org 



At Your 




Service 




XTATIOn' 




1115 Fairfield Road 
Round Lake • CITGO 

Rollins/Cedar Lake Rd 

Round Lake Beach • CITGO 

49 N. Route 12 
Fox Lake • CITGO 




60/83 at Midlothian 
Mundelein • CITGO 




45 Gages Lake Road 
Gages Lake • CITGO i 



6 



Student Leaders 2003 




Hawaiian iscano 
tbo & oqil sra 



Acrylics. $«',ls. fiberglass. 

innnicurcs. pedicures iV more. 

ISotkHyraps 

Rill "Service CSail "I'cu'.h 

Superbocls wild Facial Tanners t>" 
C*l> Stereo Syslem 

MEMBERSHIPS AVAILABLE 



Try Our Nt;\v 

"Fnntosy Ton" 

Airbmsh<-.d TfiimhvQ System 

II Wit revolutionized the 

sntnlus^ tanning industry. 



h; ^^^^^m ^^W 






B47) 540-8G00 

34»25 Wilson lid. 

In§lesiclc. 

(U.I. W-UV Wilson lid.) 




DAM, SNELL & TAVEIRNE, LTD. 

Certified Public Accountants 

Tax Planning and Preparation • Auditing - Commerc/a/ and Governmcnfaf 

Financial Statements and Projections * Bookkeeping and Accounting 

Computer Services • Management Consulting 

Business and Personal Financial Planning • Litigation Support 

Estate Planning • Business Valuations 

www.dstepa.com 



21 Rollins Road 

Fox Lake. IL 60020 

847-567.5022 

Fax 847 587-4351 



1512 Aftalus Pkwy,, Ste. 100 
Llbertyvllte. IL 60048 
647-367-4446 
Fax 847 367-2606 . 



<C«i ACE 

u Hardware 



Hardware 
Tools Hand & 

Power 

Plumbing and 
Heating 



Hardware 

• Paints ' 

• Lawn & Garden 
Supplies 

• Electrical 
■ Supplies 



ACE IS THE PLACE WITH THE 
HELPFUL HARDWARE FOLKS 



$100' OFF 



2 



with a $10 purchase 

'Valid thru 6*30-03. Sale items excluded. 



www.acehardware.com 

/OA' f^tJKMi 

Ace Hardware of I'ov Lake 
I O E. Grutul Ave. • Fox Luke 

84 7 -Sit 7- OS32 



u * 6 COUNTY Sr 0% 

514 Rollins Rd.. Ingleside/Fox Lake 

• Antiques * Custom Cabinets 
« Crafts • Cabinets • Decks 

• Custom Woodworking 

• Storage Units 

1-847-587-0131 



Storage Units : 

5x5 Unit S35/mo 

5x10 Unit $55/mo 

10x10 Unit $75/mo 

10x20 Unit S12Q/mo 

Open 8:30 to 4:30 



WED., THURS., FRI. 10-5 
SAT. 10-8 SUN. 12-5 
CLOSED MON; & TUES. 




Laundromat 



OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 



Huge Capacity Washers 
Sparkling Clean Atmosphere * 
Safe Lighted Parking 



Located on Washington St. 
behind Dog <£ Suds . 




WORK OR PLAY TOO 

HARD... 
■ ACHES & PAINS... 

1 Relief is 2 Hands Away! 

. . . & 

^li . t • . «lf See A Napmpath Today. 

• Muscle Strain/Sprain • Head Aches 

• Neck Pain • Shoulder Pain 

• Stress •Poor Circulation 

Kathleen A. Skoti. DM., C Z . MON. - FRI. ' 
Fox Lake. IL 60020-1415 BY APPOINTMENT 
84 7*973 -90 50 ■ A lriiCI1H 

Insurance Accopled SFiled 



•«»!• 



Make it your first 
stop of the day! 




Whistle Stop 
Cafe 

A warm, friendly atmosphere, railroad decor, and a 
variety of delicious home cooked foods Including: 

• Authentic Mexican Food 

• Fresh Baked Items 

• Children's Menu 

• Specialty Coffee Flavor Of The Day 

Plenty of Parking just East of Building 

Mon, - Fri. 5am*3pm 
Sat. Gain • 3pm 
, ?7T# u «n<w ►■ Sun. 6am - 2pm 

15 E, Grand Ave., Fox Lake 
847-587-5t54^ 

Seating 10,000- UO.at>timcly 







^gratidations Class of2oo 3 

Planning a Party? 



(J& 



IviaraveCa 



Since 1982 



Catering & ISam/uet Facility 



ACCOMODATING 

40-500 PEOPLE 

CATERING 

ALSO AVAILABLE 

(ON OR OFF 

PREMISE) 



HOLIDAY BRUNCHES WEDDINGS BUSINESS MEETINGS 

■ PICNICS ANNIVERSARIES CHRISTMAS PARTIES 

CORNERS OF 59. GRAND AVE. & WASHINGTON FOX LAKE 

847-587-61 00 

www.maravolas.com 






LiCac Senior 
artments 



4 SJLJW1 







Quality Affordable Apartment Living 
for the Active Senior Adult 

For further information, call Karen 

847-587-8830 ^ 

3 Lilac • Fox LaKe, IL 60020 
.com 




Prunella's Flower Shoppe 

H YOUR FULL SERVICE FLORIST 

-Plants - Fresh & Silk Flowers 
-Handcrafted Gift Items -Balloons 



21 W. Grand Ave. 
Fox Lake, IL 60020 

(847) 973-2343 f 





AMERICAN FAMILY 



I N S U R A N C E 



AUTO HOME BUSINESS HEALTH LIFE 



® 




- Gordy Kiesgen III 
64 E. Grand Ave. 
Fox Lake, IL 

(847)587-6900 



GKeisgen@amfam.com 



^%ERC/S£ Ci $ BE FUtf 




for women 

"30 [minute fitness & weight loss centers" 

Lakeland Plaza - Fox Lake 

For More Information Call 

847-587-7001 



IB 






zusk*m+^mmm 




Student Leaders 2003 




Grant High School 



Grant Community High School students, faculty and 
the community have come to know Ashley 
Davidson and Doitg Gram over the past four years. 
The pair are both student leaders, and will gradu- 
ate as the top two students from the Fox Lake high 
school, class of 2003. 
Davidson, a senior, is the daughter of Brenda and Scolt 
Davidson. She has a brother, Scott and a sister, Jennifer, who Is 

By STEVE PETERSON 

older. Her sister attends Winona State, while Scott graduated 
from University of Nebraska, Lincoln. 

Davidson graduated from Gavin Junior High in Ingleslde 
after spending her first few grades In Minnesota. She plans to 
attend Wiriona State University In Mankato, Minn, next fall. 

Davidson Is class valedictorian while Grom is class salutato- 
rian for the Class of 2003. 

"Both have given so much of themselves in terms of service 
to the school. I can't say enough about cither one. They both 
have bright futures," said Dr. Marilyn Howell, Grant High prin- 
cipal. 

"Definitely my friends, and 1 will miss walkingdown the halls 
and knowing practically everyone's faces and being able to talk 
to anyone of the teachers," Davidson said. 

■" "I would say definitely my friends, and just the general stu- 
dent body. I get along with all the teachers, a few especially, due 
to National Honor Society and student council," Grom said. 

Grom's recent achievements include being named an Evans 
Scholar for golf. 

"in junior high, I was in peer leaders, student council, volley-- 
ball, basketball and track. Basketball was definitely my favorite," 
Davidson said. 

"I'm very proud of my class rankwitha4.591GPA. I think the 
honors courses arc not that much tougher, there is extra home- 
work, but you get used to it. My freshman year was a little hard 
to adjust," Davidson said. 

"I kind of just fit right in what was required. English was not 
my strongest early. My best subjects are math and science," 
Grom said. 

"My weakest point is definitely science. My strongest points 
are math and English," Davidson said. "I like writing essays, if it 
is a topic that I am interested in. I like certain aspects of math," 
Davidson said. "Our sophomore year, I took Honors U.S. 
History. We had fun doing it, but it was a challenge to make it 
interesting and fun. We had to reenact a battle of the Civil War. 
We sU^died the battle of the Saratoga. We went over to my 
friend's house, when it was freezing cold, when the video start- 
led, it was light out, by the time we finished, it. was dark out," 
^Davidson said. 

"If you want to strive for success, the teachers are willing to 
help you. Any teacher is willing to help before or after school," . 
Grom said. 

"Everyone has 
been realjy helpful," 
Davidson said. 

Grom, a varsity 
golfer, also keeps statis- 
tics for the boys' basket- 
ball team. He helped out 
in that capacity for four 
years. He is also the 
leader or the NHS, 
coordinating the 
.induction ceremony 
for new members. 
NHS is active at sever- 
al community events. 
Davidson is com- 
peting in girls track this 
spring, in the shot put 
and discus events. She 
^is also president of the 
GCHS Student 

Council. 

"We have definite- 
ly done a lot more this 
year than the 





l'llDTOS 11Y SANDY HttlvSSNI'U 

past. We have done two canned food drives, and we are doing a 
cancer walk (May 171. Mr. Taubery (Eric) has tried to change 
things up a little. We are rewriting the student council constitu- 
tion and change things up, so the students talk one-on-onc with 
the administrators and come up with ideas to improve things," 
Davidson said. 

j^Grom is president of the National Honor Society. The group 
helps out in the community with such' events as die Fox Lake 
Rotary Club's Christmas for the neediest children's party and at 
a spaghetti dinner and others. Grom has also been awarded an 
Evans Scholar, a program for golf caddies. 

"We put in a lot of volunteer hours in the concession stand- 
with the Lions Club and spaghetti dinner. The NHS is well rec- 
ognized by people in die community 
and the school. It is definitely an elite 
group of students. We strive for leader- 
ship, scholarship, character and service; 
all the members definitely show those," 
Grom said. 

Grom grew up in Ingleslde. Jeff and 
Terry, a junior and a sophomore are | 
attending Grant. Larry, an older brother, 
attends the University of Missouri- 
Columbia. Grom also one younger sis- 
ter, Janet. 

Both Grom and Davidson were glad 
to spend their senior year at an expand- 
ed Grant High. 

"It created a lot more space due to a 
growing student population. Less 
crowed hallways and up-to-date tech- 
nology," Grom said. 

"It was just an adjustment, but really 
nice. The added hall space, for the sci- 
ence labs, you can do so much more 
with the new labs," Davidson said. 




Despite the current events, both are optimistic about the 
Class of 2003 outlook. 

"I would say most are optimistic to go on for an education," 
Grom said. 

"I don't think finding jobs is too rnucrTtHfferent than it ever 
has been. I would say it is optimistic," Davidson said. 
Davidson will begin her quest to major in marketing. 
Davidson is busy working on her shot put and discus talents 
for the track and field team. 

"I remember fouryears ago, I must have asked her to join the 

team 10 times. She has worked her way up from our fourth or 

fifth best thrower," said Jim Cramer, GCHS track coach. 

Grom would like to major in business administration and 

later go to law school, for the business law 

S area. 

Phil Ralston, Grant High's head boys bas- 
ketball coach, praised Grom's dedication. 

"He is a first class student. Gaining an Evans 
Scholarship puts him into a select group 
? because it is based on his character and acad- 
emics. With his work ethic, he will be very suc- 
cessful," Ralston said. 

Ralston said t Grom was a very reliable sta- 

j tistician, whenever he needed to know some- 

| thing during a game, he was there with the 

* information. "Outside of the coaching staff, 

there was no one that I relied on more than 

Doug," he said. 

Any words of advice from the parting senior 
leaders in Fox Lake? 

"You definitely need to get involved and 
£ have a good attitude. Don't be pessimistic," 
^ Davidson said. 

"Everyone should get involved. It opens up 
to a variety of people and you meet a lot of dif- 
ferent people," Grom said. 




^m versary Ce /efr ff/ . 

^ ^ "if 

rnU5CLE&F!TnE55 




.¥ 
¥ 

m 

¥ 

y ~ROGER BEFORE ROGER ArtER 

r YOU DON'T HAVE TO BE IN SHAPE 
£ TO GET IN SHAPE. 

Visit Ow 



May 31st - June 1st 

Everyone's A Member - 

Come Workout For Free! ' • ' • $ 

Free Body Fol Testing • This Weekend Only! Spin* {Croup Cycling) Oulside 

Hew! Body Gem Metabolic Testing Inlrodutlory Role « Gino's Cols' Specials & Giveowoys 
New! Kids, Youlh & High School flosses • Free Mini Fociol 



600 South Route 59 Ingleside, IL 60041 • 847.587.8494 

Mon, -fhurs. 5am- J Opm, Fri 5am-9pm, Sat, 7am-5pm & Sun. 7am-3pm 

Group Exercise Classes • Certified Personal Trainers 'Tanning • Towel Service » Supervised Kids Care 



Our memBers are local residents who have a dream of living 

life to ihe Fullest. They didn't walk in here looking like Fitness 

Models. In fact, most of us still don't. But thafs no! the point. 

Ihe point is, we're healthier & happier. During our first year of 

business our members have: * 



• lower (hohstetoi 

• fower&fooiJ Pressure 
» Ktp t their Mobiles Under (ontroi 

• Garni AWe Atou W&Inj Helps Prevenf Osteoporosis 

• ki htlps burn more rafales, even while they're sedentary 

• fr ens km i their body oni their outlook they look anil lett better 




• 

* 



Visit a 




* 

* 



8 



Student Leaders 2003 



o 




Family Affair 

Kids cuts, latest styles 
for teens. 

Mom and dad always 
leave looking 
their best, too. 

Bring your family to our 
family, today! 




WHERE FASHION SENSE MEETS COMMON SENSE 

! $5.00 OFF I 

Perm or Color 



Service 



I 






Not valjd with any 
ixpires 



,ny other offer. I 

6.30.03 +k 

HH tmm mmm ^m «£v ■ • 







< ¥lantastic Sams 



' "■•:; : ;y*<*<?:&Z\iZv\i¥i<^ 



We use and recommend Matrix professional hair care products. 

Antioch • 847-395-6695 • 1134 S Main St. 
Town Square Plaza • Open Sundays 

Grayslake • 847-543-9028 • 100 S. Atkinson Rd. 

Round lake Beach •'847-740-8855 • 708 E. Rollins Rd. 
Mallard Creek Plaza • Open Sundays 

Lake Zurich • Pine Ridge Courts • 847-540-8511 * 588 W. Main St. 

Wauconda • Liberty Square Center • 847-526-2250 • 563 W. Liberty St. 

• * 

www.matrixbeautiful.com 



WHERE FASHION SENSE MEETS COMMON SENSE 



$1 2.95 

Adult Cut 



Not valid with any other offer. 
Expires 6.30.03 ■ 



WHERE FASHION SENSE MEETS COMMON SENSE 

$8.95 

Child Cut 



Not valid with any other offer. 
Expires 6.30.03 




' WHERE FASHION SENSE MEETS COMMON SENSE 

Buy 1 Professional 
Product, Get 1 

50% OFF 

Not valid with any other offer. 
Expires 6.30.03 







Student Leaders 2003 



*.•"' *f ■^■Q 



Cars • Boats • 



■&4 



£ 



L 



<y 



\ 



^* 



/ /. 



V 



V- 



/ 



/ 



Wants YOU 



New! 
So. ..Bring It In 
TODAY! 



Bedliners . 

Window Tinting 

Custom Graphics 

Certified Detailers 

Gift Certificates Available 



9 



To See What Your \ 
Boat Car or truck 
Looked Like When 



N 




'Mm\ 



10% 



Any Boat 
Detail! 

7 

' • Nor valid with 
any other 



ipcaal offer. 



FREE 

Summerization 

With Any 

Boat Detail! 



Not valid with 

any other 
special offer. 



fyi 



A-l DETAILING 



puis- 



FREE 

IL number with 
any boat detail! 



Valid Thru 6-30-03 



A-l DETAILING 



$20 OFF 

A Gold or Platinum 
Auto Detail Package 



Expires 6-30-03 






"Y* ■■ ■ " '.', ■ :" , .-- 



A-l DETAILING 



$Z5 OFF 

Spray On 
Bed" 



i 



Expires 6-30-03 






BOAT OWNERS! 

Take advantage of QUE OF OUR 
weekly wash packages and... 

• We'll come out to your slip 
• Open your boat 
Wash it & have it ready to go for your enjoymentl 



A-l DETAILING 



1 Carpet Stained or Bleached? 

\our new carpet dying system will custom match your 
J carpet color & re-dye it to LIKE NEW condition! 

! Reg. *$9" 

! NOW */*«'» 

• ^ ExpiresJ>-30-03 

SI 



1 DETAILING 



While You Wait! 



Hand Wash & Dry 

• Light Shampoo & Vacuum Interior 

• Clean & Dress Dash $££95 

• Clean & Dress Tires &%&&&&} 
Your Choice of Air Freshener 



VAIidlhru 6-3003 



i 




10 



Student Leaders 2003 






FREE Checking^with Direct Deposit 

FREE Student Checking 

FREE Minor Savings 




Route 45 & Washington, Grayslake 

847-548-3000 

1914 E. Grand Ave., Lindenhurst 

847-356-3541 

Member IDIC ly|iiul Opportunity Housing Lender 



Don't 



Just 



Dream 



CCII B H about retirement. 

Plan For It. 



Patrick Uding 

229Cemerst. Edwardjones 

GrayslakC, IL 60030 Scrvir^ IndividuttHiivestoni Since 1871 

847-223-1908 
www.echVardjones.cbm 



Member SIPC 



Imagine Never Having to 
Buy a Barbecue Grill Again 



Quality Inside and Out 

• Totally rust-free aluminum and 
stainless steel exterior construction, 

• Patented SearMaglc® rust-free 
aluminum grids and secondary 
cooking area provides greater 
versatility and better flavor that 
ordinary grids, 

• Patented "H" designed "stainless steel 
burner for even heat distribution and 
more fuel efficiency. 

• Self-cleaning porcelain briquettes 
provides food a cleaner, fresher 
and better barbecue flavor. 

Buy it for enjoyment. 
Enjoy it for a lifetime. 




604 Sq. In., Cooking Area 
40,000 BTU'a 



G^l 



lifetime Warranty on all: 

Slalnloss stool and aluminum exterior 

construction Cooking grids aod warming 

racks • Burners and vontun tubes. 



Th« BEST 0UY SEALkt * mg«i*«f trpdwwk 

of Consumer Dgeu Convruncatoft*. LLC. load 

under Icene C20O0 Modem Home Product! 

Corp. MHP oonAguratcn «nd SearMsgie an 

1rao>m**j oi Modem Home Product! ' 



Dependable Pool & Spa Dependable Swimming Pool Service 

401 H. Rl 21 In Riverside Plaza * Guinea 124 S. RL 83 • Grayslake 

(847) 625-8860 (847) 223-1606 

tare FittlM. 104. Wtl Hut 1H W 114 S«to Moil tluitMWcllllmt-Trttl-JtiLM Sua. 10-1 



Gea ysiake a rea 




Chamber of Commerce & Industry 
P.O. Box 167 - Since 1950 

Graysfake, IL 60030 



Congratulations To The 
Glass 01 2003 



(847)223-6888 

♦ ■ 

10 S. Seymour Ave 
Grayslake, IL 60030 

emai 1 : busi ness @ grayslakechamber.com 
www.grayslakechamber.com 



*gJnoothies » Sport SupjiterrEJig 



CONGRATS TO THE CLASS OF 2003 





Wanna Get 



Juiced? 



ffatl? No*s- tywtotutmm, You'll love our smooUiks! 

Open . v More than 24 awesome flavors. Serving smoothies so thick you 



?h 



**Pf\\ n^ an ejt " * lth a J p° onI "'* ,ike ,(C (ftJm - ® n ty better! 

We also have snadu, ban & wppltrntntil 

Body Fuel Is Gonna Get You Juiced!!' 

847*223«9699 



Located in Downtown Grayslake (behind Crew Cuts) 
62 Ccnlcr Street • Unit 2 • (847) 223-9699 




«J— «a»U»IMJ»M»l >ll'»l«KfcM«0*— fl*>W»»»» 



Strang funeral Chapel 
and. Creamdiorium, Cid: 



Established 1898. 



Congratulations to t lie class of 2003 



*.<,- 






•Vvl 



410 E. Belvidere Rd. 

P.O. Box 272 
Grayslake, IL 60030 



••; 



. 



847-223-8122 






■ 



mm 




Flags • Banners • Flag Poles • Installations • Repairs 
Come See Our Flag Pole Display 

Eagle Flag & Banner 

220 N. Rl. 83 Grayslake 

(847)223-6655 



Hours: Tues-Fri lOam-Spm • Sat 9am-lpm 



Kl!rVrlB<\ center 

Independently Owned & Operated 

Central Lake Counties 
#7 Office In Sales* 




dm' 



Congratulations Class Of 2003 



Residential-Commercial- VA/FHA 
Relocation & Builder Services 

Proud Sponsor of The Children's Miracle Network 



a 



it 



(847) 223-7878 



loo N. Atkinson Rd., Grayslake 
www.remaxcenter.com 

"Properties reported In the MLS as SOLD in zip codas 

60030, 60031 ,60046,' 60073, 60083 . . 0WJ[ 



#v ^c« Spec/a/^/ 

Pizza Slices 
llam-2pm 

Best Hot Dog Around 

Vienna Dog Dressed, 

.Fries & a Coke $2.25 

llam-4pm 




847-223-PATS 

PAT'S I 



•PIZZA 
CHICKEN 
SANDWICHES 



CARRY-OUT •. DINING ROOM ♦•DELIVERY 



Rt. 83 • Grayslake 





<3<$iy* 



Miss Our Fish Fry? ^ 
• Now Open For 

Saturday NigHt 

at the 

Sweetbriar 

Grill 

5:00 - 8:30pm 
Reservations Required 



.Grayslake on Hwy. 60 

{1.2 miles west of Fairfield Rd. 1 mile east of Rt.,12) 

(847) 740-4890 

www.stonewallorchard.com 




VISION CARE ASSOCIATES 

Quality'Cdre for Your Eyes 

DON'T TAKE YOUR EYES 

FOR GRANTED 

V Eye Examinations 

■ir Diagnostic Tests 

■T Guaranteed Fit Contact Lenses 

^ 2 Year Eyeglass Warranty 

■^ L-asik Co-Management 

^ See To Learn Program 



lih 
W 



Amman Cuunwx 



O-l 



lilllal/ 



CHARLOTTE F. NIELSEN,- O.O. 

; 1120 E. : Washington St., Grayslake (847). 223-2000 
Washington. Square across from College of Lake County 



I 



I 



;- 




Student Leaders 2003 



11 




Grayslake High School 




Lifelong friends at Grayslake Community 
High School boost each other as 
they boost their school 



T 

f here are times when the whole is 

1 greater than the sum of Us parts. 

"^^ This is the case at Grayslake 

Community High School (GCHS) 

where two seniors, friends since the third 

grade, are able to move 1 mountains by playing 

off each other's strengths. 

Adrijana Bisevac and Shannon Binder are 
members of a mutual admiration society. 



By BRENDA BALIN-BEITSCHER 



When interviewed, rather than talk about 
themselves, each wanted to talk about the 
other. 

"1 love Shannon," said Bisevac. "She's a 
wonderful person. She's always organized and 
she keeps you focused." 

"There are hot many people who don't 
know and like Adrijana.", said Binder. "She's 
outgoing, personable, bubbly and warm. You 



can't accomplish a lot without being likeable." 
There is no doubt the two young women 
have accomplished "a lot," individually and 
collectively, academically, socially and prag- 
matically. 

Bisevac is the president of the student 
council. Binder is the secretary. Together, they 
have inspired their peers to do more and go 
farther than ever before in supporting the 
needs of their school. 

"They raised $20,000 for their prom in 
three years," said Dustin Chierico, a social 
studies teacher who is also faculty sponsor for 
the class of 2003. He explained the norm is 
about $7-8,000. 

Binder and Bisevac inspired their class to 
break records in the annual food drive as well. 
They raised the bar by collecting 20,000 
pounds of food for distribution to the needy. 
During their junior year, 20,000 pounds were 
collected. The standard, before the pair of 
dynamos got involved, was about 10-12,000 
pounds. 

"Our goal was 22,000," said Binder. "We 
didn't think we were going to make it, but on 
the last day, contributions poured in." 

"Shannon and I can think of ideas, but 
you can't get 28,000 pounds from just two 
people," said Bisevac. "I think we set the bar 
for how much you can achieve. The class 
under us sees our work ethic, and how we 
work together. I think they can achieve more. 
I would not be surprised if next year they do 
38,000." 

If there was one area of endeavor where 
the pair feels they have made an important 
difference, it was in their efforts to help pass a 
referendum in November that allowed the 
school to reinstate programs threatened by 
budget constraints. Sports, clubs and French 
and Spanish honor societies are among the 
programs slated to be restored in 2003-04, due 
to the influx of funding. 

Bisevac and Binder conducted a student- 
run, door-to-door campaign to encourage 
voters to support the school. 

"Adrijana called every one of the 64 mem- 
bers of the student council to organize the 
walking campaign," said Rita Fischer, social 
studies teacher and student council sponsor. 
Chierico pointed out the altruistic nature 
of the effort, "If the referendum failed, it 
would not have affected her, personally," he 
said, as Fischer noted that even without the 
demands of trying to get a referendum 
passed, it would have been a busy time for 
most seniors. 

"Working with students like these makes 
teaching a rewarding career," she said. "This 
is.what it's all about." 

The duo has been actively involved in 
many areas of school life practically since the 
moment they arrived at GCHS. 

Binder is co-president of the President's 
Council, a group that meets monthly with the 
school principal to provide student input on a 



t ??lc£i£e>i '& s4te<x, 



variety of issues. Bisevac is also a member of 
the council. 

Both are involved with planning of Class 
of 2003 activities. Binder was vice president of 
her class as a junior and served as treasurer 
while a sophomore. 

Binder is a member of the Varsity Honors 
Choir, which placed third in the stale. Bisevac 
expresses herself in her role as sports editor 
and editorial board member of the 
"Rampage," the school newspaper. She also 
enjoys Serbian folk dancing. 

Both students are academically sound as 
well. Binder maintains a 4.32 GFA (with extra 
points accrued through honors and advanced 
placement courses) and Bisevac holds a solid 
4.0. Both are members of the National Honor 
Society. 

Each ts employed, as well. Binder works at 
Gap, and Bisevac works weekends at Einstein 
Bros. Bagels in Libcrtyville. 

Local civic groups have acknowledged the 
young women for their efforts. Both the 
Grayslake Exchange Club and the American 
Business Women's Association (ABWA) have 
named Binder "student of the month." 
Bisevac received the ABWA honor twice: once 
in 2002 and once this year. 

Each has strong academic talents, and 
plans to use them. 

Binder has accepted a $10,000 scholar- 
ship to attend Northwestern University in the 
fait. 

"I'll be going to the school of engineer- 
ing," she said. Typical of her tendency to push 
her own limits, Binder said she decided to try 
for engineering school to open up her options. 
"I'm strong in physics and math," she 
said. "That looks like engineering. 1 figured it's 
harder to gel into engineering school than a 
liberal arts college. I can gel into engineering 
school and test the waters. It's easier to switch 
to liberal arts than the other way around." 

Bisevac has shown a strong interest in 
politics. During spring break; when most stu- 
dents are looking for a bench party. Bisevac 
was looking for a political party. She went to 
Springfield where she interned for State Sen. 
Robert Churchill (R-Grayslake). . 

"The way other people are about rock 
stars is the way I am with politicians," she 
said, ending the remark with her "trademark" 
giggle. 

She is planning to go to Marquette 
University in Milwaukee, Wis. next year, 
where she will major in business and market- 
ing. 

"I might do a double major," she said. 
"Maybe political science." 

Lest anyone buy into the idea that 
teenagers who are academically strong and 
socially altruistic are also unpopular "nerds," 
these two people break that mold. 

Binder was TWIRP Queen. This is not as 
bad as it sounds. In this case, TWIRP is an 
acronym for "The Woman Is Required To 



Please see GIRL POWER f29 



Serving Our Community With Pride & Expertise! 



• FREE Estimates 

:*V"- ■ -■'-' .' M SI'" 




>?!_■>*' 



• GUARANTEED Installation, Repairs & MainL^ 
Service Technicians •Satisfied Customer References Available 



ibM5t£S*afc»c 



• EPA Certilied 
;lal 
Custoi 




. ::'id.. ..-,.,. .-:., .,..; _-.:.. ;>/.;**<.-..-.: 



847-223-0211 



112 Center St. • Grayslake •www.millerheating.com 



ElililM 

Service Call or Clean 
& Service on Furnace 



'ESI" 

10 Year Parts & 
Labor Warranty 



EETT1 

Apr! la ire 
Humidifier 




It 's Hani lb Stop A 7hi ne.« I^MJjB 






— — — — ■ 



■ ■Ml— I I "I " 



12 



-Student Leaders 2003 






Presents 5 a 

atWe 




*M 








Other Gamps 

Bartlett Sports Center John Hersey High School 
700 S. Bartlett Road 1900 E. Thomas 

Bartlett, I L Arlington Heights, II 

June 9-1 0, 2003 June 14-15, 2003 






!w*r™*>t*»' 



,::"■ 



jMstGoniplex 

950 N. HtKyitS^ibefttyville, IL 

June 3tth Ind 

July|st, 




For more information or to register, 
Call Barb at 630-466-0082 or 877-82-SPEED www.houseofspeed.com 



■-ia--<- MJ-.ViW-.' 




Salutes the Class 



Chamber of Commerce 



of 2003 



Lake County's Largest Chamber of Commerce Representing the Green Oaks, 
Liberty ville, Mundelein, Vernon Hills area. Supporting and promoting 750+ businesses in 

Central Lake County Shop GLMV Members! Grow with us! 



ACS Relay for Life GLMV, June 7-8 
Golf Outing Wednesday, Aug. 6 



Twice Monthly Business Mixers 
Monthly Luncheons, seminars and more! 



1123 S. Milwaukee Ave., Libertyville, IL 60048 • Phone: (847) 680-0750 Fax: (847) 680-0760 

Visit our website at www.glmvchamber. org 



■ - 




V. 




^,; y /;^. : \ 




w ®t- 



:;«•&,. 



&<*nmg s 





-;:;■'.•■*' 



Parts 8 Freprt Extra 
Additional units' $74 sa. 



X 



J* 

\ • 

.... 



4 

Caff 



j***" 





Schedule YburAnntial A/e Clean 8 Cheek! 






>fc 





Residential 



Commercial 



Light Industrial 



AIR SYSTEMS, INC. S^SSS^S^S 



683 E. Center, Grayslake, IL 

847-223-8877 



Offer Expires 8.31.03 



Students, Sign Up for Free Student Checking 

From your hometown bank 

Here's what you'll get with your new account: 



No minimum balance (checking or savings) 

No Annual. Fee College Visa or Mastercard 1 

FREE First Order of Checks 

On-line Banking — from home orschool 

Enjoy a FkEE movie rental & popcorn 

on us with a FREE $5.00 Video Rental 

Certificate 



Don't wait until yOu graduate to open your first checking 
account. Yoiir Hometown Bank understands that students 
need to prepare themselves financially for the future, and 
that's why we re offering this GREAT account. 

Tell your parents today that you are ready to open your 

FREE Student Checking! 

Stop by or call one of our friendly personal bankers today at: 8 

847-367-6800 
We also offer: 

Home Equity Loans • Mortgages • Commercial Banking • Safe Deposit Boxes 



t=r 



IWi Libertyville . . . 

ifiil Bank& Trust 
sffls c o m . i j an v-. 

, • 507 Norm Milwaukee Avenue | 847-3G7-G80Q 

1 1G7 South Milwaukee Avenue | 847-3G7-G8O0 

www.liborlyvlllcbankxom 

I . r™ fc H «U1 m*« m h « ht m«,l ( .n. -HI ., n 4y. Z. No «..r«c.l«. cl-8. - « V ATM If p-rni, d» (-■* ml. I, L(«.olll« B«i* I f i « No. ^^Mc .o -.I*. U. A M ,wi ATM wclw gn. 3. Atiub ><• vMrt •»***<«> 



MEMBER FDIC 



*-"iTW *m >'i ' t 



JMfM*WWMH0BMnfl0MM 



Student Leaders 2003 



13 




Libertyville High School 



Heads of the class 



LHS' Timony — 
a low-key leader 



PIRmiBtSAXDYllRESSNER 



Kevin Timony hasn't always wowed his peers at 
Libertyville High School with his leadership abili- 
ties. 
Timony didn't make the Wildcats' basket- 
ball team his junior year at a hoops-happy school. 
And, at 5-foot-9, 130 pounds, 
he hasn't challenged the Brad Pitt-types for king of the halt- 
ways. 

ButTimony, senior class president and the student repre- 
sentative on the District 128 school board, is a character with 
character. Last year, when he was cut from basketball,. 
Timony was a runner for the Learning Support Team (LST). 

Kathy Haan, a secretary for LST and a Libertyville village 
trustee, remembers the day Timony learned he hadn't made 

By DENYS BUCKSTEN 

the team. 

"When he came into LST, you could tell he was upset. 1 
told him that when one door closes, another, better door 
opens. In his case he became president of the student body, 
took charge of a food drive that broke all records (and again 
tills year), was on the prom committee, and was in the top 16 
Turnabout King." 

Haan said "Kevin is enthusiastic, hard-working and a leader. He's extremely low key and he's 
just ajjreat kid, but without the big head. He's well-respected by his peers." 

And if he couldn't shine on the basketball court after a three-sport (soccer, basketball and 
track) freshman year, Timony, a National Honor Society student who's also on the Athletic 
Leadership Council, decided he would take up cross country. 

In his junior year, Timony made ail-conference in the sport. But Timony also has the rare 
combination of great speed and endurance, and besides his prowess in cross country, he runs 
one leg on the Wildcats' four by 200-meter relay team. 

And it gets better. Timony, and buddy Chris Bleck, aJso cut from the basketball team his 
junior year, are the play-by-play and color announcers for CAT TV. "I wanted to stay in basket- 
ball'and I'd always wanted to do sports broadcasting. Mr. (Don) Johnson said hecould use us and 
we've been doing it the last two seasons." 

Sports casting, which has provided the dynamic duo with some memorable moments and 
incredible fun, "is something I could always fall back on," said Timony. 

Turns out, Timony has been trying to place his head in the lion's mouth going back to Oak 
Grove Junior High School, when he took the part of professor Harold Hill in the stage and cine- 
ma classic, "The Music Man." 

"The only reason 1 got the part is that 1 was the only boy In the school willing to sing," said 
Timony.^'I talked to the director after the casting call and she said I had it from the start because 
of that reason." 

"Looking backl have no idea howl was not extremely nervous before I performed. I guess the 
curtain opened and I said This is it.'" 

One of the things that helped prevent the potential fall-on-your-face disaster of squeaking 
through a musical, said Timony, was that his mother Yvonne Timony, was undergoing 
chemotherapy for breast cancer at the time. 

And Yvonne Timony, said her proud son, was too busy helping her son prepare for the 
singing and acting role. "The day before Christmas, when I saw my name posted as Professor Hill, 
my mom, who was bed ridden, got the CD (of "The Music Man") and helped me learn the songs. 

"1 really think 1 did the part mostly for her. 1 wouldn't want to know how it would have been 

Please see TIMONY/ 29 




LHS' Sweeney juggles 

Model UN, sports, choir 

and volunteer work 




rank Undcrbrink began to get an inkling of what 
Kristcn Sweeney was about during her freshman 
year at the newly opened Vernon Hills High 
School. 

Sweeney was a student in Underbrink's Honors 
World History class, and also joined Model UN, 
which Undcrbrink has coached for almost 10 years. 

As Undcrbrink recalled, "we had a Model UN meet that 
freshman year and she won a best delegate award. That 
almost never happens to a freshman." 

As her class moved over to Libertyville High School for the 
next three years, it turned out Sweeney was full of more sur- 
prises as she not only became a team leader and a trainer of 
other Model UN students, but became one of the best 

. By DENYS BUCKSTEN 

Undcrbrink had ever seen. < 

"She was more cool and logical (than her peers)," said 
Undcrbrink. "She sees problems before they develop and 
knows how to handle them. And, for the team, she knows 
how to train and shape people so they know how to handle 
things." 

For Underbrink, being over at VHHS and having Sweeney 
at the LHS Butler Lake CampUs, "has been a Godsend. She's 
over there and I'm down here. We have three- five-hour training sessions in which every student 
chooses a different country, and she does a lot of that training." 

Sweeney's leadership ability, Underbrink said, evolves from her "being very quick thinking 
on her. feet. But it's not only that; she's very good at making sure discussion and debate follows 
parliamentary procedure and rules and making sure things don't get off track. 

"She's very good at caucusing; she knows how to write a positron paper and how to get res- 
olutions passed," he added. 

Underbrink said he describes Sweeney's leadership style as "taking command of almost any 
situation and showing people how to.do things." 

For Krlsten Sweeney, 18, and headed for the University of Illinois, leadership was something 
she began gravitating to at about the age of 5, while on the soccer field. 

"I was used to leading the defenses in soccer, and I got involved in student council at 
Highland Middle School in the sixth, seventh and eighth-grade." 

Entering high school and getting into a heavy Advanced Placement schedule meant some 
hard choices had to be made, so Sweeney didn't continue with student council. 

Sweeney; who now carries four AP classes, Spanish, statistics, English and U.S. Government, 
liked from the very start the idea of being a delegate from a country and learning how to repre- 
sent that country and culture on the Model UN level. 

Speaking in front of large numbers of people, as with the larger Model UN competitions, did- 
n't come easily to the student athlete. 

. "I used to have stage fright, when I started Model UN," she said. "It's kind of nerve wracking 
to get up and debate and have people asking questions, in competition with upper classmen. 

"But when I won best delegate at my first Model UN competition at Stevenson High School, 
that helped." 

Her speaking secrets? "I try to get up there and be personable, and by doing that. I think I 
came into my own. Now when I go to a conference, I have something prepared for an opening 
statement, but the rest I end up winging it," she said. 

Sweeny said she likes Model UN so much, she said will continue with the nation-wide pro- 



Plcasesee SWEENEY 129 



Be "Where Neighbors Come To Play" this summer. The libertyville Sports Complex provides safe family fun. 



C33C2& 







14 



Student Leaders 2003 



r 




i 



: • ; ;- : v^'.^ 



NEWSPAPERS 




salutes the 
Class of 20031 



f 



-J 



<&> 



77ri', Professional Fmmers 
MUNDELEIN FRAME 
HOUSE & GALLERY 




Congratulations to all 
2003 Graduates! 

Now's the time to frame your diplomas, 
awards, photos & certificates. . 
These memories are priceless! 



Gift Certificates ^ 
Available 



"O^-.v"- 7 



425 N. Lake St. (Rtc. 45) 

Mundelein, IL 60060 

847-566-0090 



Hours 

Tli(s-Frllll.tKI*5JU 
Sal'HW.-.MMl 

Owed Sun a Man 

Ewilngi liy Ap|Hiiiiiiiicni 



■'■3 



/.; 5 




^Chamber of Commerce 



Salutes the Class 
of 2003 



La/ce County's Largest Chamber of Commerce Representing the Green Oaks, 
Libertyville, Mundelein, Vernon Hills area. Supporting and promoting 750+ businesses in 

Central Lake County Shop GLMV Members! Grow with us! 



ACS Relay for Life GLMV, June 7-8 
Golf Outing Wednesday, Aug. 6 



Twice Monthly Business Mixers 
Monthly Luncheons, seminars and more! 



1123 S. Milwaukee Ave., Libertyville, IL 60048 • Phone: (847) 680-0750 Fax: (847) 680-0760 

Visit our website atwww.glmvchamber.org 



.II* 






& CATERING 



Salutes the 

Mundelein High School 

Class off 2003 

& 

The "0*ujiita£" ttcuut'd Cieiu 




Mundelein 

460 N. Lake Street 

847.949.0002 





Mall 
Hober 



Ashley 

Bowos 



Sarah 
Roffman 



Collin 
Stephens 



Ashley 
Jakaitis 



Chris 
Lett 



PARK 

Fine Dining 



ST R E E "T 



Casual Atmosphere 



Salutes the 
Mundelein High School 
Class of 2003 ' 



Appetizer or 
Dessert with 
the purchase 
of our lunch or 
dinner entree 



14 East Park Street 
Mundelein, Illinois 60060 

' Ph: (847) 949-1900 ■ 
Fax: (847) 566-7243 



i 
i 
i 
i 
i 



i 







Whether It Be A Graduation, Wedding or 

Family Reunion, Our Authentic Buffalo N.Y. Style 

Chicken Wings Will Be A Hit! 



Our Wings Are Very Popular, So Order 

More Of Our Wings and Spend Less 

Time In the Kitchen and More 

Time With Your Guests. 









6.45 East Hawley Street -Mundelein 

(Next to Ace Hardware) 

(847) 949- WING (9464) 
(847) 949-9597 Fax 



Prepared under the supervision of f ormer-Buffalonians Carol A Jim Schultz. Nominated 
best Buffalo wings in Chicagoland by Channel 2 News! Order mild, medium, hot 

or extra hot. (Approx. 7 pes. per pound) 

Bucket (approximately 4 lbs.) $13.95 



W TRAY OF WINGS 



Perfect for your next corporate function. Available with short notice! 
128 Pieces and 16oz. blue cheese A celery $55.00 

Also Available in Solden-Bar-B-Que, Terivaki, and Suicide Sauces (Slightly Hiaher Retail) 



, & u . 



4 i. -- 



It * 51 «» . 



u 



• 



"wrr"* 



Student Leaders 2003 



. 



*.-.:■■>■' 



w 




15 



Mundelein High School 



Bright 




Janosch looks to 

write his own 

. success stoiy 

Alter lour years nt Muiuluk'in Hi^h 
School (MHS) Brliin.Inhoscii 1ms 
found his calling in journalism. 
Beginning as a staff 
reporter on the high school news- 
paper, lanosch climbed the ladder to sports 
editor by his senior year. 

"I like doing things to see if 1 am interest- 
ed," lanosch said. "1 have always been a sports 
fan. and I decided journalism is the best way to 
be involved." 

Mis parents Keith an.d Maureen lanosch 

By SONJA SCHNEIDER 

were surprised when he began at the paper. 

"When lie graduated from middle school, 
he haled writing," said Keith, his dud and a 
special education teacher at Walter R. 
Sundling Junior High. "It is the irony of life." 

Janosch currently has an internship at the 
radio station WKHS, writing stories. 

"This internship has been one big learning 
experience and is very beneficial," Janosch 
said. 

Janosch takes an interest in a variety of 
clubs and activities. He plays soccer in the fall, 
joins clubs in the winter, and attends all the 
MHS baseball games In the spring. 

The Law Club is one he had a lot of fun with 
The club receives a case file with witnesses, ere- • 

ates a defense or prosecution and competes against schools In Illinois. 

"I never saw an interest in law, but putting on a mock trial was fun," janosch said. 

Janosch also takes part in events the National Honor Socieiy (NHS) puts oh. 
NHS hosts a St. Patrick's Day dance for handicap individuals. Janosch was nominated for 
his character to set up the dance. 

"In a life where things are so difficult, this is one night to make them feel like part of the 
group," Janosch said. 

Keith remembers a lime.when Janosch was being chased and flirted with by one the handi- 
cap adults and handled it like a mature man. 

"I was so proud .of him that day," Keith said. 

Janosch received -the Mundelein Pride Award for volunteering at the dance. 

During his junior and senior year, Janosch participated in the D.A.R.E. role model program. 

Janosch went to elementary schools in Mundelein to talk about how high school really is. 

"It is different when it comes from someone in high school than an adult." Janosch said. 

Janosch was able to join interesting clubs that sparked intuit iveness. 

"Myschuol gives great opportunities," Janosch said. "If you can't find something that inter- 
ests you between internship programs, clubs and classes, you are not looking hard enough." 

lanosch surrounds 1 himself by great people who all have impacted his life. 

janosch comes from a close-knit family. He has younger twin brothers who will enter into 
high school next year. 
The family dog, Gizmo, is Janosch*s best friend, lanosch has had Gizmo.since he was 5 years 

Please see JANOSCH 130 




Plucinski's table is 
set for a bright 
future 




I'll!) TOS HV M.NOV imiCSSNl-ll 



aving a lot on your plate is an • 
understatement Tor one 
Mundelein High School student. 
Stacy Plucinski has her 
schedule stacked with extracur- 
ricular activities. For four years, she has been a 
player on the volleyball team and involved in 
the Athletes Committed to Excellence 
Committee. 

By SONJA SCHNEIDER 

The committee helps the community 
by raising money to help students prepare food 
for three families on Thanksgiving. They also 
put together a blood drive last year, which 
turned out to be a success. 

Other organizations and clubs 
Plucinski is involved in include: President of the 
Pirst Class Club, where students gather before 
school and chat on current issues; Vice 
President of the Student Council; a D.A.R.U. 
role model; and the Interact Community 
Service Club. 

She also participates in Amazing 
Mundelein where people from the community 
join in on cleaning up or painting the town and 
low-income or senior citizen's homes. 

"We are given a list and supplies for 
painting, cleaning gutters, mowing and raking 
lawns," Plucinski said. 
Even though Plucinski doesn't have much free time, she does find the time to apply for schol- 
arships and pick her college. 

"I am in the running for the Academic Achievement Scholarship from my school," Plucinski 
said. "I am one of 16 kids and o.ur interviews were last week." 

Plucinski will attend Illinois State University and plans to become a first grade teacher. 
"She was the most insecure person as a child, but after her first grade teacher made all the dif- 
ference she knew what she wanted to become," said Plucinski's mother, Sharon. 

Currently, Plucinski is interning with her first grade teacher at Mechanics Grove Elementary 
School, grading papers and reading to the children. 

"1 love teaching and being with the kids," Plucinski said. 

By being a teacher, Plucinski intends to change the community and plans to make a differ- 
ence. 

"I would like to change the way schools are now and make them more diverse," Plucinski 
said. "I think Mundelein is really segregated." 

She also says schools arc beginning to change and if people start small, it will cause a ripple 
effect and change will occur. 

"The students at Mundelein High School are very diverse and are successful, which will con- 
tribute to the success of the next generation," Plucinski. 

Plucinski owes her success and strength to create change to her family. 
"My parents have never missed a baseball or volleyball game, which has showed my brother 
and I they will always be there when we need them," said Plucinski. 



Please see PLUCINSKI /30 



I:.. ••■".-. ..'''"• 




COLORCENTER 




WHOLESALE CfiRPET DESIGNS 

. . . where your contractor shops. . . 



[ AVti ; J VOTED NUMBER ONE Mohawk ColorCenter Dealer of the Year NATIONWIDE 2002 
rflAVVT Dai|oa GA . nimois-based Wholesale Carpet Design has been given the Mohawk ColorCenter Dealer of the Year Award tor 2002. 
The retailer was selected from more than 2500 Mohowk ColorCenter stores nationwide as the dealership thai most completely 
executed the concepts and ideas behind the Mohawk ColorCenter concept. 

Wholesale Carpel Design was singled out for the Dealer of the Year Award based on a number of criteria set up by Mohawk 
Including sales growth, consumer experiences, promotion and Installation Ideas, commitment to training and addressing customer 
expectations, community involvement, and excellence In promoting the store concept. 



Bazcras* 



T 









nyion 



Guaranteed QUALITY 

Ask your friends and neighbors! They count on 
WGD' for the quality products thai you value.- • 
Every Item we sell is backed by BOTH manufactur- 
ers' and WCD'S assurance of quality. 



Guaranteed SERVICE 

WCD Is family owned and operated. Let our fami- 
ly serve your family. We offer free design consulta- 
tion, estimates, sample books to take home, as 
well as delivery and professional Installation. 



Guaranteed PRICE 

Shop around, pleasel That's how confident we 
are lhal our prices are the besl. Bring In any com- 
petitor's ad, and we'll meet or beat their price. 
Your contractor shops here, so should youl 



i ^ W2 i*Ht* "'.'. ■"*" 



We've got your floors covered! Designer / Builder Programs 




M "i&Sa* 



LIBERTYVILLE • 847-549-9500 
1410 N. Milwaukee 

South ofAdlor Park 



VERNON HILLS • 847-415-2000 
195 N. Milwaukee 

Across from CDW 



ARLINGTON HTS. • 847-398 
349 E. Rand Road 

Opposite Narthpo'mt Ctr. ■ 



Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 9-9 Wednesday, Friday, Saturday 9-5 Sunday 11-5 



We're right under fqotl 
WHOLESALE CARPET DESIGNS 



16 




Family Affair 

Kids cuts, latest styles - 
for teens. 

Mom and dad always 
leave looking ■ 
their best, too. 

Bring your family to our 
family, today! 




/ t ¥antasticSams- 

<••* «* f tMU MHM w|!i C 0**O» II "1 




■' 'V 



A. 



!$5.00 OFF 

I Perm or Color 
I Service 

Not valid with any other offer, 
Expires 6.30.03 

ft fantastic Sams- 

iWt mwt emi tain m uMw i 

j' $12.95 

II Adult Cut 



u Not volkt with any other offer. _ 
Expires 6.30.03 



Nv 



. 



ft 'TantasticSams- 



G Eantastic Sams rl $M5 



We use and recommend MatnYprofessional hair care products. 

AntlQCh • 847-395-6695 • 1134 S Main St 
Town Square Plata • Open Sundays 

Grays lake • 047-543-9028 MOOS. Atkinson Rd. 

Round Lake Beach • 847-740-8855 • 708 E. Rollins Rd. 
Mallard Creek Plata • Open Sundays 

Lake Zurich « Pine Ridge Courts • 847-540-851 1 • 588 W. Main St 

Wauconda • Liberty Square Center • 847-526-2250 • 563 W. Liberty St 

www.matrixbeautiful.com 



I Child Cut 

I 

Not valid with any other offer. 
Expires 6.30.03 

ft < ¥antastic Sams 

M«tl>M»KM|U|l|CfMUR«( 

I Buy 1 Professional 
Product, Get 1 

50% OFF 

Not valid with any other olfer. 

Expires 6.30.03 /A" 



SALON BEAUTIFUL 
ENJOY1 



*TRIX 




Down 
% Interest 
Payments 

Until 2004 



MOiES 



■ 



-... ;. :, 







NEW! Predator 

The ultimate combination of power, 
handling and suspension. 




F&R Sales & Service 

2048 N. Lewis VVaukegan, IL 60087 

847-662-4243 



'Fpr the Mo of the loan or up to '300 In pure Polaris accessories. See dealer for details. 

Warning: ATVs can bo hazardous to operalo. ATVs with engine sizes larger than 90 cc may not be ridden by anyone under 16 years 
ol age. ATV with 69 cc engines may not bo liddon by anyone under 12 yoars of age, ATVs with 49 cc engines may nol bo ridden by 
anyone under 6 yoars ol age. Always wear a helmet and be sure lo tako training course. For safety and training Information, see your 
Polaris dealor or call 1.0OO-3J2-3764, C 2003 Polaris Sales Inc. 




A 




.ttL 












Student Leaders'2003 
For a Family Friendly atmosphere 

First 4 A 

- — 5teps c 

Nursery Schooij ) B 

Providing QusiityCsro for Children 6 wlu. to 5 yrs. 

Privately owned, family oriented center. a 

Provides quality staff and laving \ 

environment in CLEAN Facility. j 

\ UNIQUE OPEN FLOOR PLAN \ 

, ^- ir .. • • C 







1 ■ 









A 




Flexible hours: 6:00a.m. to 6*.00p,m. / Morv-Frl. 

Preschool Curriculum program for ages 1 1/2 to 5 

Discounts for second child in care 

Convenient Location 

Part-time available 

Reasonable Rates 

Cleatj Facility 

Caring Staff 




: £ 







/nfan* ^.Tod^er Spaces fWaUaplc 




5 1 * Week Free* 

For More Information call 
I>ct>!r>ie Vandcrwall 
at 847-223-1299 
Sweetwater Crossings' 

2 1 63 North Route S3 

Round Luke Bcocli. IL 6007.1, 

(1/4 Mile North of Rollins Rood) 

* Some Restrictions Apply 







A 




The home of "Real Wood". 
We have one of the largest selections of 
home office furniture and TV entertainment centers. 




Beautiful Vintage Style TV 
Cart Hold! Up To 32" TV 
ONSAtf 

$299 oo 

vvas$439 00 





- ■ >■--■■»'■■ - 



Minion Style TV 

Entertainment Center/ 

Ho!diUploa36-TV 

(S6Hx66Wk21D) 

$599°° 

Reg. $749" 





White Cottage Style 
Storage Red 

$499™ 

. Matching Furniture 
Available at Sale Prices 



■ ■.-. T ■ 



'-''381 



.-■•■. .. .1 ■ '"'i,^\.'Jl; '.-,1 




Complete 6 pc. 
Oak Corner 

$999 00 

3 pc, Bottom Desks 

$749 oo 




No Particle Board 



HiH 





Old Mission Style 
Futon Croup 

S899 00 

Visit Our Complete 
. Futon Gallery 

JJLJ ' JJ-L * .. 1 " 1 T V !! L L ."- ' . ' W. 



- 



-■.-,:.. ■ ■■■ 

, , ■ ■-■.^-'"- ■:: ■■:■<■■ ' "-■ ' L-. :.-'■•'.' - 












' We Have The BEST 
Prices Around On: : 



• binerspring f 
*Air Beds 
•Foam Beds 
•Wafer 



:.'■>: W«BBHMiinilkV% 



■••+•[:■ ■:-, 



"GHT-MOVE' 



lEDIOQMli. DESKS t IIOHLJ 



111 m »:■.-•; tax; • <:..: luj inc.* 

847-546-0222 ' 



oiitx 4-s Ci-i w r*4 Mia 



_ - .ifi MTmnurti* e j^.r, m 



Student" Leaders 2003, 



17 




■ : 



Custom Wheel Lifts 
• 50 Ton Crane 



r-lrki^ 



c . 






* '■::<. 



3 Locations 



WHITMORE AIRPORT CITGO 

13978W.YorkhouseRd. 
Waukegan — 847-336-7060 



, ;:;;;; ,„;„ whitmore's service 

aukegan- 847-336-7060 3 6719N . Rt , 41 

WHITMORE'S SERVICE Gumee 1 847-623-7080 
600 Greenwood Aye. 
Waukegan ■— 847-623-281 1 



. 





Made The Old World Way 

Choosing your own wood & stain means 
you get it the way you want it! 

J at rich 

Furniture 
Giftware 
Paintings 

Second Largest Complete Line of Yankee Candles 
/^£^' in Northern Illinois 

COME JOIN OUR 
CANDLE CLUB 






Congratulations 
2003 Graduates 



When you visit our store mention this ad 

HOURS: MtTH. 10-6; FRI. 10-7; SAT. 10-5; SUN. 11-4 

41055 N.Rt. 83 • Antioch, IL • (1 Mile south Of Rt. 173 

847-395-4780 847-395-4886 





£»■ MffJ m&I 





Introducing the Best Fundraising Program in Years 






Churches <vPTA <v youth Groups ^ Sports Teams ™ Schools ~ ANY Non-Profit 



PromoPower was the easiest fundraiser ...Never hade as much in any other I've tried a lot of FUNDRAiSERs r this is 

WE'VE EVER DONE., WE'LL SURELY DO* IT FUNDRAISER AS WE DID WITH PROMOPOWER, FINALLY ONE THAT IS EASY AND DOESN'T 

OR AS FASTU IT WAS EASY AND DONE IN JUST REQUIRE ENDLESS AMOUNTS OF ENERGY AND 

SEVEN DAYS. TIME TO GET JUST MEDIOCRE RESULTS - THIS 

ACTUALLY WORKSt! 

- Chuck G. (Football Coach) Westland, 

MI - Martin H, (Missionary) Vero Beach, FL 



again... Everyone loved the Premiums!* 
- Tom S. (Band Director) Detroit, MI 





Wq Money Up Front- Fortune 500 Premium Thank^you Gifts 
Aidan Mullett - PromoPower Fundraising Specialist (847) 740-7572 



tj» 



-*.i* 



■■"•> 



FINALLY; A FUNDRAXSmYom^ THANK YOU FORi 



■HWMMaMMlMMMI 






18 



Student Leaders 2003 




847-546-251 2 

421 Rollins Road 
Round Lake Beach 



r.fir 




1 H 



'flg; karaoke 



Mini GoH' & Batting Cages 




■ '^1 ■'Jim I If \ 
WEATHER PERMITTING 

$5.00 OFF 

I'OH 30 AIIXUTKS (Normally $15.00) Friday & Saturday 



Catering 

We Love To Cater Parties! 



LET US CATER YOUR NEXT PARTY I 



700 E, ROLLINS RD. • ROUND LAKE BEACH {847) 740-1800 

PiuaPartiei I5*. discount on onion ol 10 w nxxo large fit rwiaj SlcinosSI 00 each • Plastic 

Utensils 25S per person • Disposal Stands SI SO each Delivery & set -up Charge $600 

Precs subreci to chance without noico 






r A'Lo Carlo Family ft Party Trays ■ 

N.w ALU Caiit Oidulng For Tour Famllr and Frl.nrfi , 






r 




- > 


In* 


Mfahm ti/p* 


CMc.tnBuc.ttl 


•P< 


:. 


ir.40 


ttmtt 


M 


F-II IJ « 




11 pc 


SUM 


Spagfuni 


till 


fIT.H um 




tipe. 


114 10 


UotUecloll 


111 


SIMS 17.H 


Ouft.loWlngt 


10 pc. 


tin 


Ulfc.d Uoilicclo 


1 10.93 


IMS SMS 




ISpc. 


MS) 


nigilDnl 


MS 


W.tS WH 




»pc. 


St 1.10 


n»iioii i«wt«i 


• 1 I1.M 


11 » » ts 


Jumbo FiM Shrimp 




10 M lb. 


Littgn* 


1JW 


MM 4T.M 


Sindwkh Briid 




.ISttch 


Rattan Bnl 


TOO 


14 00 10 00 


Otitic Braid 




iM 


hiiiin Saui.gt 


IJfl 


100 15 00 


RttithTrty 




3)00 


Honttfnada 


4 SO 


100 IS 30 


Fmh V.gg!.* w'ctnur dip ll»'lnj) 




ta.lbtlli 






P«tlryT»<y Ctnnolii 


Cl\*fltc»kl« 


13)00 


Ul'i In 1 


UJ 


tt.:s 17,41 


S»i»ti ISMS paop<t 






v— • — - •*- 


•n (•»• a »n «w- 1 






J 



Party pnekago 

tat flo.atl'. P..p.'» a Cnnilili M.al for You! 



S5?0^ 



* ** **** f reoch »r*#* A ft****** Cn*»»*, 



MEAT 


. CHICKEN 


PASTA 


SALAD 


c>4infr-* 


1 " 11 M J** 


mnifl«« 


cwmftatf 


• MO*TtdjirH**J«J H*U«n It +• 1 


• FlrMl ChtlkHI 


»• (Mflh.nl 


• Pstata Salad 


• Hof"«m»*i U*«ir>.l<« 


• o.k.d Chkii*A 


• Umtnetail 


•U««Wl I.U4 


• TLmlian 1 « u •»<!• 


• liaCnkiM 


• rtlgilor.l 


• Cot* (law 


with p«ppw> 




• n.iloll (ntuVilx***) 


'Qaiaan Salad 






• n<fc»d Uo.i.cslcil 


• •ax la da lad 


■ JbbbI t-UIPmt j»*%m% t** 


la.f*a 


• Hfrmtnudi l.fragna* 






*ctf»CHICKEN 

*5C33S= C RIBS 



847-548-6900 

900 W. Rollins Rd. 
Round Lake Heights ' 



^Catering For All Occasions ^ 

Includes Richard's Chicken 
Cole Slaw, Potato Salad , 
Macaroni Salad, Fresh Rolls, 
Dessert, Plates, Napkins, Utensils 

You may Add Additional Entrees 
For Your Buffet At An Additional 
For Person Cost 

* Mmlnmoli • Hiuist lire! • Ilniu 

* I'olisli ,S;iusii|,i< • Itib Tips 

* M.islidl IShuuh's • llutimil Com Cubbeites 



50 PIECES OF CHICKEN 1 100 PIECES OF CHICKEN 






Janet Galati & Her Family 




Support Round Lake 
Area Businesses! 

Call her for ad info at: 
847-223-8161 



Round Lake 
Area Library 

906 Hart Road 
Round Lake, IL 

60073 

(847) 546-7060 

Fax:(847)546-7104 

Website: www.rlalibrary.org , 



Village of 
Round Lake Park 

203 E. Lake Shore 

Round Lake Park, I L 

60073 

(847) 546-2792 

Fax:(847)546-6847 

Website: roundlakepark@usa 



Village of 
Round Lake Beach 

1 937 Municipal Way 

Round Lake Beach, IL 

60073 

(847)546-2351 

Fax: (847) 740-2852 

Website: 
www.villageofroundlakebeach.com 



Round Lake Area 
Chamber of 

Commerce & Industry 

1777 N. Cedar Lake Rd. 

Round Lake Beach, IL 

60073 

(847) 546-2002 

Fax: (847) 546-2254 

Website: www.rlchamber.org 
Website: chamber@iwc.net 



Avon 
township 

433 E. Washington St 

Round Lake, IL 

60073 

-(847)546-1446 

FAX: (847) 546-9409 



Village of 
Round Lake 

442 N. Cedar Lake Rd. 
Round Lake, IL 

60073 

(847)546-5400 

Fax: (847) 546-5405 



Website: eroundlake.com 



■ bt'i 



Village of 
Round Lake Heights 

. # . 61 9 Pontiac Ct. 
Round Lake Heights, IL 
60073 
(847) 546-1 206 ' 
Fax: (847) 546-9728 



Round Lake Area 
Park District 

814 Hart Road 
Round Lake, IL 

60073 

(847) 546-8558 

Fax:(847)740-8180 

Website: rlapd.org 



■ 



I 



'H 









Student Leaders 20.03 






ft 



19 



Round Lake High School 




ride of the 



Success for Nicoline 

isn't always just on 

the playing field 



FTV 

| hey say it's hard to be humble, but 
Jimbo Nicoline is as humble and 
• unassuming as they come. 
■^» A deadly three point basket- 

ball shot, a standout pitcher on the 
baseball team and a 3.87 grade point average at 
Round Lake High School has done little to swell 
Nicoline's head. 

"Jimbo never brags about himself," said 
Debbie Lampi, mother of former Round Lake 
star athlete Mike Lampi, who died after suffering 
Injuries in a high school football game. "He is 
very humble. He has won five games and lost 

ByJEFFZACHARY 

none this year, but iie never mentions that. He 
only talks about the team. Jimbo has stayed in 
contact with me since Mike passed away and 
that shows a lot about his character." 

Lampi added she had surgery recently and 
Nicoline comes over regularly to check up on 
her. 

"He is the type of kid that everyone wants to 
have, and the type of guy the otherstudents want 
to be around," said Lampi. 

"I'm so glad that he is going to the College of 
Lake County so I can continue to watch him play 
basketball and baseball." , 

Another fan of Nicoline is Round Lake school 
teacher Ron Sapochak. 

"I have known Jim since I coached him in freshman basketball. One day I got in his face and 
told him he needed to work a lot harder on defense to be a good player and he was near tears," 
said Mr. Sapochak. 

"After that day, he started to Improve tremendously and turned into a very good basketball 
player for the Panthers. Jim is a quiet leader ... but he is a leader. Coach Conkllng tells me that 
the entire baseball team picks up their' game a few levels when Jim is pitching. The team has 
tremendous confidence in Jim when he's on the mound and he picks everybody up," he added. 

Sports are not the only things Nicoline is good at, according to the teacher. • 

"I also have had Jim in my math class the past two years and he has done an excellent job, 
earning an "A" in AP calculus, which is a very difficult class. Jim has put forth great effort both on 
the playing field and in the classroom. I'm very proud of the person he has turned into," said 
Sapochak. 

Nicoline joins his classmate Janet Marrufo as being picked as outstanding student leaders for 
the class of 2003. 

And if there is one person who knows most of the students at Round Like High School, it is 
Dr. Mary Davis, school District 1 1 6 superintendent. 

"It has been a genuine pleasure to know both of these students. Jim and Janet are exemplary 
and that is why I recommended them as students worthy of recognition. Janet has been a leader 
since she started at the high school. She is not afraid of hard work, and has done so much to give 
her fellow students representation and extras in their secondary experience," said Dr. Davis. 

Please see NICOLINE / 30 




It's all part of the 
plan for Marrufo 




espect is something that's earned, 

and Janet Marrufo has earned the 

respect of her peers, teachers and 

public officials in the greater 

Round Lake community. 

"I have known Janet since she was in 

my Class during her sophomore year," said 

Round Lake High School calculus teacher Ron 

Sapochak. "She is a very active leader. She has 

planned proms and other events for her class, 

and everyone knows that if Janet's in charge, 

the work will get done and get done right." 

Mr. Sapochak added, "Janet is really an 
upbeat person. She usually has a smile on her 
face and a positive outlook on things. She 
often pays me a visit during the school day and 
says something to put a smile on my face as 
well. She doesn't know how much I'm going to 
miss seeing her around this school after she 
graduates. Janet has always struck me as 
somebody that you know that somewhere, 
some way, someday is going to 
make a big difference in our world." 

School social worker Kathy Myers is 
another person who Marrufo credits with hav- 
ing a positive influence on her life. 
"Janet is a bright, fun loving, inquisitive stu- 
dent who is constantly striving to do better," 
said Myers. "She is always looking for ways to 
make life better, and she is not afraid of hard 
work and commitment. She is a joy to be around." 

The reasons Marrufo receives such respect are numerous. 

She has been her Student Council class president the last five years and has been an active 
member of the Round Lake Area BEST coalition during the same five years. 

BESTstands for Bringing Everyone's Strength's Together, and the group consists of Round 
Lake area mayors, police chiefs, school board members, preachers, social service workers and 
residents who are trying to make the community a better place to live. 

"BEST has shown me a lot of things. It showed me how to become more responsible, have 
more structure, and to learn about how the real world is, and the types of people that I will be 
dealing with," said Marrufo. "It has showed me the people who stand out and really care about 
the community." 

Marrufo was in charge of organizing the 2002 high school prom and helped raise over $40,000 
for the event. 

She has also helped organize the "Hoops World Collide," a 2001 charity basketball game and 
the "Variathon" to raise money for the Round Like school district. 

Marrufo is also a regional 3-point shootout winner in basketball, and last year made all con- 
ference in soccer despite the fact it was the first year she went out for the team. She has also 
played on the volleyball team and ran track for two years. 

In addition, Marrufo has served as an election judge twice in Lake County elections. 

Marrufo plans on joining the U.S. Marine Corp. as soon as she graduates this year. 

"I've always wanted to join the service," said Marrufo. "I've always shown a lot of pride in my 

Please see MARRUFO 130 






<snmmeY S&WAt Our Newly Remodeled Store 

<5)ij\nv m^^mBBaaaammM a piece living room 



Recliners 
Rockers 
Gliders 
Lamps 
Accessories & More 




8 PIECE LIVING ROOM 
GROUPS 

•Sofa • 

• Love Seat • 

• Chair 

• Two End Tables 



Two Lamps 
Coffee Tabli 



$ 



Starting At 

999 



'Pictures loi illusliulion only 



NIX'S OUTLET FURNITURE STORE 

1020 Rollins Road - Round Lake Heights 

(847) 546-7787 





iTW.V 



V- 



■ t ii»i|-Tt*nmrt n ■ n ifT— 



II III HI ■!■■■— WW T~TTTT 



1 ■ "■ y yj g 



N 



20 



Wauconda High School 




Student Leaders 2003 



v- 




Leadership is 

calling card for WHS's 

Schoo, Hernandez 



._-. .—lion it comes to leadership, Steve Hernandez 

jl A / an d Brian Schoo demonstrate it daily in the 
m I V 1 classroom and on the -athletic fields at 
1/1/ Wauconda High School. 

»/ ml "I have been playing sports my whole life, 1 

^f */ remember playing soccer at age 4 for the 
township program," Hernandez, the son of 
Tony and Lisa Hernandezsaid. 

Hernadez played soccer, basketball and baseball at WHS, 
but was also a successful student, taking advanced placement 
classes in U.S. history and others. He is a member of the 
National Honor Society and is looking forward to graduation 
on May 31. 

"AP classes are definitely a challenge," he said. 

Hernandez will attend the University of Illinois this fall, 
where he will major in aeronautical engineering. "It's a very 
selective college. I was interested at one point in the military, 
but I would like to design airplanes," he said. 

When entering his high school career in 1999, Wauconda 
was a place where Hernandez seemed tp fit right in. "I was 
excited, like every freshmen, about the freedom. I also have 
liked the fact that the teams that I have been on have been so 
close, since we were 8-10 years old," he said. 

"Everyone in our class is ready to move on to the next step. 
We'll miss all our friends. We have enjoyed high school, but it is 
•time to move on to college," Hernandez said. 

"They are the type of students, who you tell them to get 
involved and they do. Both have outstanding GPAs and are 
great leaders. What makes themgood in school will also make 
diem excellent citizens," said jim LePage, Wauconda High 
School principal. 

By STEVE PETERSON 

Social Studies teacher Kerry Kohlbacher has had' both stu- 
dents in class, 

"Both are fine students. I have had bodi in AP honors U.S. 
history. It is a class where you can qualify to get college credit. 
You have to have a B in honors history first. I have also known 
Brian, as he was in my psychology class when he was a sopho- 
.more. They are both good students, knowledgeable, and will be 
very successful in whatever college that they choose," 
Kohlbacher said. 

Hernandez enjoys, in his NHS role, tutoring other students. 
"It's a privilege. Instead of going to study hall, I can tutor stu- 
dents and interact with other NHS members," Hernandez said. 

Hernandez has two other brothers, twins Chris and Mike, 
at Wauconda. Mike also plays soccer and Chris plays soccer, 
baseball and basketball. Wauconda has won Prairie Division 
titles in soccer the last three years. 

"They always asked me to play football, but I liked soccer. 
The conference that we are in .(the North Suburban 
Conference) Is pretty competitive, but we have done well in 
soccer. In general, we play the sports to win and are motivat- 
ed," he said. 

Brian Schoo was a state qualifier in wrestling and co-cap- 
tain of the soccer team with Hernandez. Schoo competes in the 
pole vault for the boys track team, and hopes that interest con- 
tinues at Ohio State University this fall. 

"Wrestling showed me how to get through adversity, and the 
ups and downs of losses," Schoo said. "Coach Tom Nance pre- 
pares you very well for the mental aspect of wrestling," he said. 

Wauconda High soccer coach Terry Stevig had high praise 
for both students; academics and athletics. 

"Steve played midfield for us and was our captain. He is an 



£r 



Students, Sign Up for Free Student Checking 

From your hometown bank 

Don't wait until you graduate to open your first checking 
account. Your Hometown Bank understands that students need to 
prepare themselves financially for the future, and that's why we're 
offering this GREAT account. 



Here's what you'll get with your new account: 



No minimum balance (checking or savings) 

No Annual Fee College Visa or Mastercard' 

PREE First Order of Checks 

On-line Banking — : from home or school 

Enjoy a FREE movie rental & popcorn 

on us with a FREE $5.00 Video Rental 

Certificate 



Tell your parents today that you ar„e ready to open your 

FREE Student Checking! 

Stop by or call one of our friendly personal bankers today at: 8 

847-487-2500 
We also offer: 

Home Equity Loans • Mortgages • Commercial Banking • Safe Deposit Boxes 




WAUCONDA 

COMMUNITY DANK" 

■195 West Liberty Street | 847-4B7.2SOO • 
wvvw.waucondabniik.com 

I linU t|Hiul«r«iut uill It liUfrttlilMltt Will |<pHy ;1 H" Iwimlnm ilunn JUnv ATM tl i^r.nn ilv.il.ni vuli 1 lU i.y.i'.i.- lb A ■ Tnnl K. I l|<|i|itll>lc 1'n.tlm I'J'.k i««i>. J ATM MJIilUfpu " 1 AvjiljlJi- In ipllMivd ||inj«.*nlt 



MEMUGR PDIC 






Student Leaders 2003 



21 



extremely talented kid, easily like- 
able.. Brian was the same way. Brian 
played sweeper (defense) for us and 
was tenacious and Tearless," Stcvig 
said. 

Schoo's success has not come 
without sacrifice. He suffered a con- 
cuss ion at the close of a wrestling sea- 
son, costing him most of the soccer 
season the following year. 

Schoo Is a member of the track 
and field squad this spring, compet- 
ing in the 200-meter dash and a relay. 

"His character and leadership are 
huge on a daily basis, both at meets 
and In practices," said coach Megan 
Zemanek. 

Being so involved in school and 
sports teams, including working 
witli the revamped Varsity Club, 
"taught me how to manage my 








X 



A 



'^stW 






V 



)': 



■ - * * J J 1 *!** r . 



Hernandez 



Schoo 



time," Schoo said. "And what you 
start in school, you finish and on 
time." 

When he reported at WHS in 
1999, he had high hopes, but seniors 
quickly put him in his place. 

The WHS Varsity Club has 
been active with Schoo's help. It staffs 
the Wauconda Rodeo, schedules 
donkey basketball games and orga- 
nizes care packages. Kurt Rohwling is 
the group's advisor. 

Schoo, son of Dan and 
Marlenc Schoo, has one sister, Sara, 
and a brother who attends college at 
Iowa State University. 

Schoo also was a George 
Williams College advisor for two 
years and attended leadership con- 
ferences sponsored by the North 
Suburban Conference. 



•fit 



t 



i 






Aunt Betty's 

Pancake House 

Under New Ownership 

Who says waffles ami pancakes 
arc breakfast foods only? 

Try u pan fried omelette 

or one of our famous 

pancakes, blintzcs, 

crepes, or wafflcsJ 

Daily fresh squeezed orange, 

apple & cranberry juice 

■ Cold plitci • Djily fpeciili 
• Tuiu Chicken Urcwt * Carry Outs 



10% OFF 

with Lliis coupon 

One coupon per table 
Valid thru 6-30-03 - 




Call 2? minutes before you arrive 8c we'll have your special 
German apple pancakes or Dutch ttaby ready for you. 

405 Liberty St. Wauconda 

\^ . 847-526-7075 {0x847-526-7265 >■ 




Restaurante 
Dos 

Hermanos 







461 West Liberty St. • Wauconda 
847-526-1725 



Famous 
Margaritas 



Call Us For All Your Catering Needs. 

Congrats Class of 2003! 



Bio-Green Inc. 

Congratulations 
Class of 2003! 




"Wauconda's hometown 

organic lawn & tree care 

since 1979" 

Free Estimates 

847-526-6541 



FREE 
WORKOUT 
CALL J 
NOW! 





KARDJO KARATE 



rue kkk Gtitr work 



w/H»re dragon karate 



KARDIO KARATE 
DEVELOPS: 

• Stress Relief 

• Weight Loss 

• Flexibility 

• Self Defense 
• Muscle Toning 

• Nutrition 

• Friendships 




wire dragon KARAre 

6^0 EAST STATE K& onvrn & westw&z ok.) 

mmo Ufei (8*7) *87~2*60 , 

* 

100 ATKINSON R0. SUITE 101 "korner of <enter street) 

enemm (8*7) 23V5801 



FEATURING: 

. Largest Workout Floor 
lit Lake & McHenry County 

•The #1 Karate for Kids Program in the Area. 

• Clean & Safe Workout Environment 

• Certified Instructors 

• Pro Shop (Equipment, Supplements, Attire) 




Ages 4-6 

BUILDS: 

Confidence, Motor Skills, 
Self Control, Discipline, Respect 



HOME OF 
THE 





MARTIAL ARTS INDUSTRY 
ASSOCIATION MEMBERS 



"IT'S A. HEAD TO TOE 
KICK BUTT WORKOUT"™ 







jLw 



KARATE FOR KIDS & ADULTS 
DEVELOPS: 

• Self Esteem • Confidence • Self Control 

• Respect * Focus • Physical Conditioning 

• Self-Defense • Better Grades 

• Family Unity 

SONJA BILL 



Mr, 6 Mrs. Mc<unnt>er wtmit? iifce H 

iovire vw H'.jofc ftem for 2 FR6€ 

tewtjns H frv otif t-fieir scroti). 



Mike Chat (Chad Lee from the. Power Rangers) Last Summer 

Your First U.B.C. Head 

Quarters for Lake County & 

McHenry County 





BEFORE 



10 WEEKS LATER 



BEFORE 



10 WEEKS LATER 



I -■ 



1 V ■ 

i fe 



I .-<■-• )[.■ 



■-rtfc-1 ■ ■ ■ ■__■ ' ■ •« ■*> ■•i" 



22 



Student Leaders 2003 



». i 



~\ i 



4f 

S HUNT CLUB ROAD 

Fl GOLF CENTER AND 

f V DRIVING RANGE 

491 S. Hunt Club Rd. Gurnee 
(Corner of Hunt Club & Gages Lake 

Rd.) 

847-549-6090 

iNOOon • outdooii oolp ROD f'ETEnncN • owngm / aren ATOM 



$1.00 OFF 

BUCKETS 



Jot vnllri vv/nny 
othar oflar. 

CKplrno 




Spacious Indoor Facility 

20 Natural Turf Hitting Tees 

40 Natural Feel Hi-Tec Golf Mats 

Heated All Weather Tee Areas 

New Target Greens 

10,000 Sq. Ft. Putting Green 

) Pro Shop | 




Sand — B!uoS 

Trap Qrcon Glass 




Putting 

Green 




. | Maintenance 



OPEN ALL 
'YEAR ROUNLV 




GIFT CERTIFICATES AVAILABLE! 



GIFT 

CERTIFICATES 

AVAILABLE 



■ "IF YOU HAVE PROBLEMS WITH YOUR GOLF GAME, GET LESSONS AT BOBBY'Si" 






n.mmm emmmm 

1132 - 27th Street • Zion, It 60099 

847-746-5160 



'-_____»-__-.-■_.__«-_-_______________ QAOES LAKE «D. -_____-_____--..- 



We're Proud 

of our Fine Gurnee Schools and 

their excellent 

Students - Teachers - Staff 



Fine Schools Deserve Our Support! 

Chuck Crowley j&. 

The Crowley Family 

» *W*?'- orffj? **•*-% JW 



I 






Appreciate and support your 
public school, a uniquely 
American success story. 

Geraldine Callan 

Precinct Committee Woman 

Warren Township #31 6 

Former Candidate for 

State Rep. District #61 




'■':-A'-:%. » v- 



Waukegan Safe and lock, LTD. 



m. 



<5fc; 





ANY SAFE (NEW OR USED!!! 



WAUKEGAN SAFE AND LOCK, LTD 




HIGH SECURITY SAFES 
HOME SAFES 
INSULATED FILES . 
WALL SAFES 



•COMPUTER DISC SAFES 
•FIRE SAFES 
•GUN SAFES 
•FLOOR SAFES 




1 Wm 




TM 



SALE ENDS 
Juno 14. 2003 



FOX LAKE TgT WAUKEGAN 

70 E. Grand Ave. ' 1621 Grand Ave. 

(847) 5S7-5933 Q". (847) 336-3910 

^■^www.waukegansafe-lock.com"""" 




SHAWN'S TRADING POST 



Owner: Shawn Deplce- Former Warren Graduate Alumni 

847-623-0785 

Salutes The Warren Graduates 




:<.iY,» 



sh Chiropractic 
Dr. Fish 




4639 Old Grand Ave., Gurnee 

847-662-1920 

?y^?U'i, . ■■■:■ .;■-■;-. .■; ■:. , .A ---'.■■■■?■ ■ 



Dada Cleaners 

4649 Old Grand Ave., Gurnee 

847-625-1210 



Mike's Bikes 

4641 Old Grand Ave., Gurnee 

847-662-8482 



HEALTHY YOUTH 

Gurnee/Warren Township 





Curves for Women 
of Gurnee 

4655 Old Grand Ave., Gurnee 

847-244-6979 



JS ^^■■ 



.4 







Inspiring our c^mmuhi^o work together 

in developing healthy, caring, competent 

and responsible youth. 



1 



•%% 



Student Leaders 2003 



23 



• 



| 
I 




Warren Township High School 



Grant's- voice is the 

influence for 

Warren seniors 



w 



arren Township High School 
senior Dan Grant prides him- 
self on being Influential and 
committed to everything he 
docs in life. 

For starters, Dan is presi- 
dent of WTHS's student council, and has been 
involved with the student leader group since 
elementary school. 

"We're the voice for the students," Dan said. 
"I like to think we're the most influential group 
at school." 

Dan- thoroughly enjoys student council, he 
said, and believes he has made a difference at 
the school through the organization. 

"I've tried to make it so everyone wants to be 
there and make everyone feel like they have a 
role, which was lacking in the past," he said. 

Although he says student council eats up 
most of his free time, Dan has still found room 
in his life for numerous other activities. 

Dan is also president of the Mayor's Youth 
Council, a group of students who meet with 
Gurnee Mayor Don Rudny to discuss ways high 
school -students can become more involved in 
the community. 

Through that group, Dan has helped put on 
a safe driving assembly and sponsor candi- 
dates' forums for the April school board elec- 
tions. Dan said the group also talks about local 
politics with Rudny during its meetings. 

Rudny said Dan is a "fine young man." 

"I don't think I can say a bad word" about him," Rudny said. 
"He's really been a driving force in getting the Mayor's Youth Council going and I'm going to miss 
him.". 

Dan's involvement with the Mayor's Youth Council could have something to do with his 
strong Interest in politics. Dan will be attending Tufts University in Boston in the fall, and most 
likely majoring in political science or economics. 

"I hope he'll come back to Gurnee and run for mayor," Rudny said. "He's got a good chance 
of being a great political leader." r 

In the future, Dan hopes to become involved in law, public service or public office. Dan's pos- 
sible future,^ law may have stemmed from his mother, 

Susan Grant, Dan's mother, has a law degree and works for a non-profit organization that 
deals with abused and neglected children. 

"She could be making a lot more money, but she has her priorities straight," Dan said of his 
mother. "She actually wants to help people and I really look up to her for that." 

Susan said her son's accomplishments and involvements give her great pride. 

"He's been a joy to have," Susan said. "Sometimes I describe him as, a quiet leader. He isn't 
someone who needs a lot of praise to get fulfillment out of iL I do worry sometimes though 
because with everything he's involved In, he doesn't sleep a lot" 

Dan also plays the trumpet in Warren's band, is preparing to receive the honor of Eagle Scout, 
is involved in Healthy Communities-Healthy Youth, has participated in Teen Court and works as 
a part-time sports writer for the Waukegan News Sun. 

Dan, who plays intramural sports at Warren and played on the varsity tennis team last year, 
said among everything he participates in, he enjoys sports the most. 

"My No. 1 hobby is sports," Dan said. "Watching sports, playing sports, following Warren and 
Chicago team sports and covering sports." 

Dan also volunteers for Youth United for Lake County through the United Way. Dan said his 
involvement in the United Way Is intrinsically rewarding to him. 

"It's a community service that focuses on Lake County," Dan explained. "It shows that you 
don't have to go halfway around the world to help people — there are things you can do right 
here in Lake County." 

For the past two years, Dan has served Thanksgiving dinner to homeless people through the 
organization and been involved in several other community service initiatives through the 
United Way. 

"The best thing is just seeing how truly thankful they are," Dan said. "To see that your little 
effort of just giving them a plate of food can change their day.", 

Dan said working through the United Way has opened his eyes to the world's issues. 

"1 try to help out locally," Dan said. "If everyone did that, there would be no reason to do any- 

Please see GRANT/ 30 




Milewski lets her spirit 

guide her to bigger and 

better things 




By ELIZABETH GUARD 



arali Milewski is a teenager who has 
let her values and beliefs guide her 
through her high school years at 
Warren Township High School. 

"I have pushed myself to be 
involved in as much as possible in 
high school," Sarah said. "I'm really involved 
and I love what 1 do." 

Sarah Is the president of the Future 
Business Leaders of America at Warren, and 
lias been an officer in the organization for the 
past three years. Sarah said FBLA is an organi- 
zation that aims to instill confidence in high 
school students and give them opportunities 
for leadership roles, community service pro- 
jects and social events. 

Through FQLA, Sarah has traveled to state 
and national competitions for projects she has 
completed. 

One of the most rewarding community 
service projects for Sarali was the "Concert for 
Life" event. Sarah, along with other FBLA 
, members, planned an evening filled with 
2 music, fun and prizes to benefit the American 
Cancer Society. During her sophomore year, 
Warren's FBLA team won second place in the 
state for the Concert for Life project and ninth 
in the nation. 

Sue Walker, a business education teacher 
and the FBLA advisor, said she has enjoyed 
working with Sarah for the past three years. 

"I've been very fortunate to watch her leadership skills grow 
and to watch her blossom into a wonderful young woman," Walker 
said. "She has a great deal of passion for everything she docs." 

Walker said Sarali was instrumental in making the Concert for Life benefit a success. 
"This year, we raised $10,000 and that was a key thing," Walker said. "She's the president of 
our chapter and there's about 600 kids in the chapter. She runs the meetings and coordinates 
activities, so she takes on a lot of responsibility." 

Walker said Sarah's self confidence will help her along in life. 

"We've got a lot of great kids, and Sarah's definitely one of them," Walker said. "She's a good 
role model for our students." 

In addition to FBLA, Sarah is a member of the National Honor Society, is involved in Warren's 
concert choir, has played golf, spftball, volleyball and basketball, and was in Warren's spring 
musical. \ 

Sarah's involvement in the choir probably has the most significance in her life. In the fall, 
Sarah will attend the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbanaas a vocal performance major. 
Sarali also sings at her church, St. Paul the Apostle, in the choir. Last year, Sarali was chosen to 
sing the National Anthem at the FBLA national competition. 

Sarali said she hopes to go into opera or music production in the future. 
In addition to her love of music, Sarah enjoys writing as well. 

"I write a lot of poetry and I've started writing a novel," Sarah said. "I plan to finish it-it might 
take a couple of years though." 

Sarah's novel is about a girl trying to find herself, which she says is loosely based on her life. 
Her love of writing also crosses over into her passion for music. Sarah also writes song lyrics. 
"I have tons and tons of lyrics without any tunes," Sarah said. "I'm hoping I'll learn how to 
play the piano through some composition classes at school though." 

Between FBLA, writing a novel, writing songs, competing in several choir events throughout 
the school year and several other activities, Sarah is able to maintain phenomenal grades. 

Sarali is ranked 28th in her class and has a 4.33 grade point average on a 4.0 scale, which Is 
possible through honors and advanced placement classes. 

Sarah said her brother Chris, who is four years older than her, has been one of the most Influ- 
ential people in her life. 

"I basically followed his path through high school," Sarah said. "He never did drugs or alco- 
hol and he was a pretty popular guy. 1 was too young to notice then, but now that I'm in high 
school I see that that's such an accomplishment." 

Sarah's brother was involved in FBLA in high school and he now attends the University of 
Illinois, where Sarali is heading In the fall. 

Sarah most prides herself on being morally strong during a time when so many fall through 
the cracks. 



Please see MILEWSKI 130 



1 








! 




r 




i 














-'$> 


I 

i 

V 
1 




1 




f 


! ; 




A 1 1 state 

You're in good hands. 



® 



Mark Graham 

Exclusive Agent 
Mark Graham Agency 

Allstate Insurance Company 

4262 D Old Grand Avenue . 
Gurnee, IL 60031 

Phone 847.623.2300 Fax 847.623.2761 
Email markgraham@allstate.com 
http://agent.allstate.com/97092 






~fT W »^i^|,T|| ,f »^«t|l 



«■■», .i-^-^j, ; -, ,„. . l , .ii'ri^aigg8:i-iT.!".»in_'_..wi" i irrr¥'r 



(MAM 



«. I 



I 



- 



V 



4' 



24 



Student Leaders 2003 



2003 Graduation Schedule 




School 



Phone 



Day/Date 



Place 



Time 



Location 



Warren 

Wauconda 

Antioch 

Grayslake 

Vernon Hills 

Libertyville 

Grant 

Round Lake 

tCarmel 

tMundelein 



847-662-1400 
847-526-6611 
847-395-1421 
847-223-8621 
847-932-2000 
847-327-7000 
847-587-2561 
847-270-9300 
847-566-3000 
847-949-2200 



Saturday, May 31 
Saturday, May 31 
Sunday, June 1 
Sunday, June 1 
Thursday, June 5 
Friday, June 6 
Saturday, June 7 
Saturday, June 7 
Sunday, May 25 
Sunday, May 25 



Northwestern Univ. (Evanston) 
Wauconda High School 
Antioch Comm. High School 
Grayslake High School 
Vernon Hills High School 
Northwestern Univ. (Evanston) 
Grant High School 
Round Lake High School 
Carmel High School 
Mundelein High School 



10 a.m. 
10:30 a.m. 
2 p.m 

1 p.m. 
7 p.m. 
7 p.m. 

11 a.m. 
10 a.m. 
10 a.m. 

2 p.m. 



Inside 

Outside* 

Outside* 

Fieldhouse 

Gym 

Inside 

Outside* 

Gym 

Carmel 

Outside 



* Outside events will be moved indoors at that school's campus should there be bad weather. 
t Ceremony has already occurred 




Antioch Community 
High School 



Abbnte. D.'inlellc; Abel, Ann M; 
Adams, Tyler D; Addison, Michael D; Aguilar, 
Diana C; Agusio, Troy; Anderson. Angela R; 
Antic rson , Ta nyn U Anderson , Tanyu M ; Anderson- 
ltobles. I leather M: Andrews. Alan J: Anhah, Crystal 
D; Arendas. Melissa N: Arnold. Nicholas C: 
Anmson, Tla II; Aronson. Valerie O; Augnstyn, 
Thomas E; Axtotl, Heather U Bailey, lindscy A; 
Uailey. Nlkki It; Uale, Jennifer L; Barner, Melissa U 
Barnstable, Andrea L; Barred, Christopher M; 
Unrth, Kenneth ); Bassett, Bryan Dj Bnttaglia, 
Annmarie U Beak, Dana K; Becker, Michael A; 
Beemer, Megun H; Behrendt, Brittany C; Bcli, Ryan 
U Bellefeullle, Joseph R; Bennecke, Avery A; Berg, 
Steven S; Berry, Brendan D; Berzin. Monica R; 
Beverly, Scan R Beyer, Bryan K; Beyer, Jesse U 
Bishop, Bryan D; Blackwood, Nicole M; Blake, 
Jennifer U Blocker, Nicholas R; Blough, Kimberly A 
BlumenlhaJ. Christine l : ; Bock, Emily D: Bochm, 
Alec S; Boerman, Joe F; Bolln, Paige A; Bond, 
Jennifer W; Bonhivcrt, Amanda J; Bookwalter, 
Luna J; Boomlleld, Jacob A; Boomgarden. Richard 
li: Boynlon, Daniel A: Bradek. Matthew J; Brandt. 
Emily 1.: Brannstront. Garrett II; Bnitton. Benjamin 
1'; Braun. Nichole R; Brcitbacli, Scott A; Brcnna, 
Benjamin B; Brinker. Nathan D; Brooke. Nicholas 
D Brown. Lindsay M; Buhrmcster, Jennifer L; 
Burgeson. William C: Cable, Jarrctt M; Campbell, 
Nicholas F; Canby, Michael T; Cardona, Anthony 
M; Carlson, Adam ]; Casey, Shanna M; Casillas, 
Megan R; Caskey, Jaclyji E; Cassara, Candice M; 
Cederquist, James R; Chinn, Krista F; Chon, Daniel; 
Chung, Ching Nam C; Clutter, Brian A; CofTing, 
Uutren A; Coles, Richard S; Concjo, David Conner, 
Melissa R: Connor, Amber N; Cook, David W; 
Cooprider, Robin M; Cdsio, Maira A; Cowgill, Sarah 
U Coyne. Jason P; Crate,. Stefanie A; Cree, William 
M: Citevas. Angelica D: Cullen, Ryan T: Curtis. 
Andrew; Curtis. Crisan B: Curtis, Jessica N; Cybtil, 
RyanM; Unites!, Kevin I.; Darling, I leather L; David, 
Adam S; Davidson. 

Jamie U Decker, Michael M; DeKind. David j; 
Deleon, Kaitlin E; Denlson, Thomas C; Dicmer, 
lenna M; DIPersIo, kristiitn U DiPiero, Matthew |; 
Ditiel. Nikolas W; Dole.Snbrina A; Dolman, Samuel 
S; Dos Santos. Rafael F; Dunfrund, Anther L; Dzike, 
Kenneth E; Edwardsen, Jennifer M; Ellis, Tayler L 
Elstrtim, Kristin U Engler, Gene A; Ezell, Sanilt E 
Fair, Michael A; Falrcloth, Eric M; Feigel, Jason R; 
Ferguson. Taryn N; Ferris IV, John A: Fioccola, 
Maria; l-isk, Wesjih K: Fletcher. Eric N Floore, Brian 
P; I ■'oil m ami, Cory M Forman, Louis J; Foster, 
Ashley N; Fox, Brian; Freeman, Lynn M; Fries, 
Elizabeth I; Fursaycva, Maryla N; Gaines, Glendon 
D: Galllmore, Brandon R; Garcia, Victor j; Garrett, 
Courtney U Garrett, Elizabeth D; Garrett, Lindsay 
.VI; Garrison, Victoria E; Gates. Allyson S; Gaylor, 
Ryan C; Gaynor, Sean A; Geltrke. Michael R; 
Gehrkc. Scott T; Geib, John W; Geier, Joshua J; 
Genengels. Megan M; George, Steven D; Gcrlock, 
• Nicole M; Gcyer, Rebecca M; Giannonl, Jeffrey M; 
Gilday, Kate M; Gilliland, Kristy L; ' Ginascol. 
Gristing A; Godin, Eric C; Godlewski, Matthew R: 
Gonzalez, Ana N; Good, Jeffrey Ki.Gorzetnik, 
Anthony j; Graca, Adrian D; Gratia, kellen L; Gray, 
Sharon B; Green, JelTrey U Gruher, Lindsey M; 
•Guklan, Karly E; Gurske, Anthony R; l : |agy, Scott N; ■■ 
Haley, Robert W I lull. James A; I lalston, Jessica M; 
Hammond, Amanda R: Hancock, Michael 'A; 
I landler, Meghan; Harper; Chance B; Hrirtmann, 



' David R; I lauser, Jordan M; Hawkins, Veronica M: 
Hawryluk, Oksana V; Heffcman, Marie E; Held, 
Daniel K; Heneberry, Caihlyn K; Hession, Amy E; 
Hiatt, Brittany A; Hllgcnbcrg, Gregory J; Hill, Brian 
J; Hill, Candace C; Hintz, Karl B; Hodge, Catherine 
M; Holcomb, Ryan P; Holmes, Brett J; Holtquist, 
Jennifer A; Hohtb, Alex. J; Honakcr, Ashlclgh L; 
Hoagerhyde, Bradley C; Hope, Brandon M; Hoth, 
Josltua J; Hudson, Christian A; Hughes, Jeanna M; 
Hunter, Roger K; Husko, Nichole M; Imhof, Kylic U 
Irving, Brad D; Izenstark, DinaM; Jackson, Kenneth 
J; Jackson, Theresa J; Jacobs, Christopher W; 
Jakublsin, Nicholas P Jankc, Robert K; Janusz, 
Stefan J; Johnson, Grctchcn U Johnson, lenna R; 
Johnson, Mark P; Johnson, Michael B; Jordan, Ryan 
T Jorgensen, Matthew C; Josts, Lucifer D; Juzwik, 
Crystal A; Kacner, Benjamin J; Kalb, Kelly E; 
Kamlnski, Katie A; Kampcndahl, Kelly A; Karas, 
Nicholas F; Karczewski, Kurds R; Karla, Kristen M; 
Kemp, Cassaundra A; Kenney, Daniel J; Kent, 
Cfarra C; Kerby, Ryan J;cres, Chris; Kerr, EJlzabcth 
A; Kessell, Kristen N; Kesslcr, Adam P; Kcssler, Eric 
R; Khnwaja, Rami A; King, Stephen D; Kirkegaard, 
Jens S; Kitzmlllcr, David A; KJeffncr, James H; 
Klinesmltlt, Anna M; Knoll, Jennifer L; Knutlt, Tracy 
A; Koebbe, Kyle M; Kohlstedt, Cortney M; Kokko, 
Danielle G; Korczyk, Kenneth R; KorkowskJ, Lisa M; 
Kosowskl, Kevin S; Kouvelis, Nicholas A; Kraenzlc, 
Regina M; Krakom, David J; Kruthers, Kevin M; 
Kuchn, Michelle N; Larson, Richard L; Lass, 
Elizabeth M; Latham, Katherine J; Lavelle, 
Kimberly N; Lchmann, Jessica M; Lshn, Adam; 
Lcibolt, Justin A; Lcncionl, Elaine T; Lenczuk, 
Michelle M; Leukhardt, Jactyn E; Li, Ran; 
Lindeman, Joseph E; Lindom, Jennifer U Livasy, 
Eric R; Lorenzlni, Joseph A; Lowry (Olvis), Megan N; 
Ludwig, Margaret E; Lutz, Jordan M; Lynn, Gregory 
J; Lynn, Michael* P; Lystiund, Jessica N; Mack, 
Ashley R; MacNaught, Kevin W; MacNelsh, 
Katherine M; Madden, Christopher R Malckc, 
Matthew T;. Mandro, Cniig D Mandro, Janet K; 
Mantscalco, Craig A; Manzella, Andrea C; Marko, 
Christopher P, r . Markovich, Rachel M; Marquarl, 
Christopher 11; Marsceau, Justin R; Martens, 
Kjersten C; Martin, Jcnna A; Martinez, Garcia; 
Victor A; Martinez, Ciera C; Martz. Susan M: 
Masoit, Katie M; Mastrodonato, Kara N; Matheson, 
Anty F; May, Antber C; Mayer, Julie A; Mazulis, - 
Andrew A: McAlonon, Ruth M; McCarville, Corl A; 
McConncll, Patrick L; McDonald, Kaitlyn R; 
McKec, Rebecca M; McLaughlin, Timothy J; 
McMnhon, Brittany E McNamara, Sean W McNeill, 
Darrin I McNulty, Ryan I Melerdirk, Breann L 
Mengyan, Patrick W; Menzcr, Michael J; Miller, 
Sarah A; Milliter, Joseph A; Minter, Patrick J fMlsch, 
Keegait It; Miscicliowski, Lelgh-ann M; Mlslc, 
Amber T; Mitchell, Jane) F; Montgomery, tarytt A; 
Morrison, Nicole R;.Mortenson, Rabyn N; Moser, 
Amber R; Mosler, Krishna L* Motter, Krystle L; 
Mroczak, Mlcliello M; Muller, Stephanie A; Myers, 
Ashley E; Navarro, Sabrina V; Nelson, Spencer 0; 
Nestor. Kevin M; Netzel, Amanda L; Nevltt, Chad; 
Nevltt, Ervln; Newton, Benjamin ;D Nielsen, 
Danielle P; Nobler, Elizabeth A; Nownkowskl, 
Krystle N; O'Connell, James C; O'Connor, 
Knssandra; Olaitdese, Thomas; Oliver, Ka'ntrin B; 
O'Neill, Caltlyit A; Overman, Danielle M; Paddock, 
Joshua J; Palmer, Brian J; Patiii, Aaron S; Patterson, 
Joshua D; Pcdrosn, Michael T; Pena, Dennis M; 
Perez, Louie J; Pcrgl, Melissa S; Perry, Dana K: 
Perry, Michael' J;, Persm.in, Michael S; Perzlglan, 
Joseph S; Pettitt, Thomas J; Peykov, Alexandar V; 
Phan. Peter D; Plckard, . Christopher J;. Pike 



(Adamck), Richard A; Pllcher, Ryan C; Plotz, 
Richard C; Pniewski, Matthew R; Pompeo, Amanda 
S; Popp, LaurcnT; Porch, Tracy M; Potockl, Evon V; 
Potopstngh, Kallnda M; Poulsen, Kent K; Powell, 
Victoria U Pratt, Nathan F; Priest, Erica M; Propeck, 
Shannon J; Pruskl, Andrew j; Ptasienski, Bradley J; 
Ramirez, RenceS; Ramirez, Taj M; Rankin, David Z 
Ranch, John N; Raukohl, Eric U Raymond, Melissa 
B; Rayniak. Michelle E; Rayunas, Ondrea L; 
Reardon, Jack T; Reitenbach, Laura M; Reyes, 
Jennifer, Rico, Sara M; Ring, Jacob C; Rios, Kari L; 
Rivera, Nicole M; Roberts, Scott A; Robinson, 
. Tiffany U Rodriguez, Gustavo; Rognstad, Kerri J; 
Roman, Susan A; Roscnzwelg, Arrjarida M; Rouse, 
Kcllle J Runyard. Melissa A; Ruth', Timothy J; Ryan, 
Robert S; R/.ysko, Amanda J; Salas, David L; 
Saidtvar, Chase M; Saieem, Kenyatta Y; Saieem, 
Najiyyalt; Sanderson, Vicki U Sappanos, Daniel M; 
Sappanos, Michael A; Salterfleld, Micha D; 
Sbalchlero, Thomas P; Schaller, Christopher R; 
Schmeizer. David R; Schmidt, John S; Schmidt, 
Kevin J Schneider, Timothy D; Schoepp, Peter J; 
Schramm, Missy J; Schranz, Jessica E; Schuster, 
Ryan J; Sedar, Richard T; Sellers/Thomas V; Sergot, 
Korie L; Scrritella, Mark; Seversbn, Nicholas C; 
Sexton, Aaron A; Shah, Pranava M; Shaver, Adam J; 
Shehorn, Katherine L; Slkora, Kristel S; Simpson, 
Rebecca A; Slay, Dlonna J Slazes, Ashley M; Sllmp, 
Cor) J; Smith. Katherine Marie; Smith, Kevin T; 
Smith, Rachel J; Smith, TilTanyt; SnulTer, Danielle 
D; Solano, Jessica; Sorensen, Brittany U Soutitgate, 
Brooke L; Spurgeon, Stephanie N; Stachera, 
Jennifer L* Stachura, Christopher J; Siampfl, Saratt 
J; Starr, Kassandra L; Stein, Erin V; Stemplen, 
Tltomas M; Stewart, Shannon M; Stleber, Heather 
M; Stieber, Heidi M; Stljovic, Zoran Z; Stochmal, 
Ashley A; Stojak, Amber R; Storms, Krystle M; 
StuckraUt, Nicole A; Summers, Lindsay G; Sural. 
Laura A; Suskl, Valerie, K; Svobodn, Joseph A; 
Sweeney, Kellie M; Taiaga, David i.R; Taylor, 
Christopher B Thcel, Curtis J; Thlcl, Sarah E; 
Tltomas, Meghan E; Thurston, Chad D;Toblaski, 
Rebecca L; Tomaslewicz, Saralt L; Tomasiewicz, 
Stacy U Touslgnant, Meagan M; Trovillion, Anne R; 
Trulzsch, Scan R; Trumbo, Amanda J; Tsakonas, 
Angelo J; Tuggle, Elizabeth L; Turley, Sean M; 
Turner. Tiffany N; Uding, Betlt A; Van Huis, Kellen 
M; Vandervvall, Frank D; Vanlerberghe, Catherine 
L; Vetere, Marc I !; Vickers, Christy G; Wade, Steven; 
Waggoner, Mark S; Ward, Matthew; Waszak, Scott 
D; Watson. Bryan J; WcbeL Thomas W; Weckler, 
Emma E; Wells, Kelly M; Wenzei, Patrick M; 
Wcttcrberg, Richard V; Wltltakcr, AlexT; Wltolavcr- 
O'Dell, Amanda; Widder, Darren j Wicgcl, Brittany 
N; Williams, Alyssa C; Williams, Christopher U 
Wiliiams, Staria D; Wlrlh, Roderick T; Witwicki, . 
Patrick S; Wold, Saralt K; Woltzen, Marc K; Wood, 
Mair K; Worrell, Eric A; Wright, Michael J; 
Yasslnger, Daniel R; Younger, Rachael L; Zacher, 
Liza M; Zagorski, Russel C; Zalewskl, Ted M; 
Zeniait, Barry A; Ziccarelli, Jennifer; Zoubouridls, 
Efthimld 

Carmel High 

School 

: j» 

■ * denotes National Honor Society 
Elizabeth Anne AdamskJ, Paul 
Patrick Albano, Justin Alvarez, 
Christine Marie Anderson, Jessica Lee Anderson, 
•Megan Barbara Anderson, 'Anthony Gregory. 
Aiidreaslk, Virginia Teresa Andres, Elizabeth 
Maureen Andrew, Nelll Gregory Arehdt, 'Amanda 
Marie August, Julie Anne BabbeyT'Eileen Marie 




Bader, Jennifer Marie Bama, Patrick William 
Bartels, Edward Roger Bartnlcki, Philip Matthew 
Bartnicki, 'Anne Marie Bchr, 'Christy Sue Mi 
Belangcr, Ryan Paul Bench, Jonathan Thomas . 
Bennett, 'Max Russell Bcvcr, 'Adam Nicholas 
Bieschke, Corryn Elizabeth Bitto, Caitlin Patricia 
Blaesing, Nicholas Ryan Blankinship, Melissa Sue 
Bockwinkel, 'Laurel Leigh Bodkin, Melissa. 
Elizabeth Boston, Patrick Thomas Bowler, Logan 
James Brean, Adam James Bregenzen 'Danlce 
Elizabeth Brown, 'Jordan Alexander Brown?" 
Ashley Rand! Bruhn, Daniel Bryant, 'Courtney. 
Dyan Buddcn, Laura Kathryn Bundy, Erin- 
Elizabeth Cahall, Krysta Lee Campbell, 'Scan M. 
Caplstrant. 

•Quint in Mark Cappelle. Kristine Anne : 
Chapman, April Cisneroz. Matthew David Clay,, 
•Brian J. Clifton, Andrew Joseph CoatarPetcr,- 1 
Bridget V. Cochran, 'Marisa Mendez Cochrane,; 
'Elizabeth Ann Coffey, 'Keri Diane Coleman," 
•Joseph M. Coli, 'Sarah Joyce Collins, Victoria Ann ' 
Coiuclo) Christopher Michael , Perkowitz- 
Colvard, Christopher Marc Covelli, Kevin G. 
Cronln, Cathleen Marie Crotty, Rebecca Morgan 
Culbertson, 'Megan Anne Cummings, 'James 
Edward Daluga, Christopher J. Dana, 'Ray Francis 
David, Jeffrey Edward Dax, 'Molly Kathleen Day, 
Kenneth DePaola HI, 'Mary McKeon Devlne, 
•Rachel E. Dezelan, 'Senneca Anne DITusa, 
Kathleen Lynn Donovan, Adam Paul Dovalina, 
Erin Christina Dowdal), Nathaniel James Duprey, 
•Elizabeth Ann Eglsaer, John M. Elden, Jr.; 
Amanda Cathryn Emerson, Mark John Enriquez; 
•Saralt Michelle Fairfield, Frank Flore, Dlna; 
Marie Fiorelli, Alexandra Rosllita Fisher, 'Melissa 
Monica Fisher, 'Jessica Marie Fitzharris, *John : 
Martin Flcssncr, Ryan David Foust, Christopher 
P.. Froellch, Jennifer Hope Fuentes, 'Michael 
Gabriele, Franccsca Rose Gngliano, 'Michael 
Jacob Gcnclin, Shannon Elizabeth Gerstenbrand, 
Nicole Michelle Gluzlnskl, Michelle Alexandra 
Gonzalez, Krishna Gopp, Theresa Goscintak, 
•Ashley Nicole Goudreau, 'Patrick E. Graham, 
Alexander James Grcnning, Megan Elizabeth 
Gricb, Kenneth Adam Griffin, David Nathaniel 
Guiliury, Robert Kyle Guinn, Brian Edward 
Halning, 'Jennifer Leah Hamlet, 'Laura Elizabeth; 
Hamman, 'Joseph Hugh Hammer, Nicole Anne 
Hauscr, Annie Elizabeth Heath, 'Amy Elizabeth 
Hcathemtan, 'Katie SusAnn Heffeman, Bryanj 
David Hcinrichs, William Hendricks, 'Lauren 1 
Elizabeth Henslcy, 'Nellie Kathryn Herchenbach.j 
'Katherine Elizabetii Hcrtel, Arte Charles Herzog,' 



RoyCacalHiloJr. 

•Christopher Bryan Hironlntus, •MlcheleJ 
Courtney Hojnacki, Kicrsten Elizabeth Holmes,! 
Andrew James Homer, ZacharyJ. Irvin, 'Kevin R.- 
Jackson, Ashley Noelle Jakaltls, 3 Drew Steven 
Jayhan, Kadtarine Emily Johnson, Andrew T.- 
Jones, Erin EJizabedt Jouppi, Caleb Luke Kadcra, 
Christina Jeanne Kolittoski, Tyler Christopher 
Kanavai, Arthur Ryan Kanzler, Sarah Christina 
Karabatsos, Kevin Daniel Kasarski, Patricia Marie 
Kaster, Kyle Patrick Keely, 'Caleen Ann Marie 
Kennedy, Brian Miccll Kime, Kevin Matthew 
Kleltte. Travis W. Klyber, 'Ryan Patrick Knlgge. 
•Richard Daniel Kober, Beth T. Kohter, Kevin 
Patrick Kolb, Lesley' Renee KoUarz, 'Joseph' f| 
Koza, Joh n ; Frank", Kxatohwil , Kassle Kristine 
Krellkamp, R. Mitchell Krombaclt, Marcella Jeaii' 
Knipskl, Gregory.A Krusc, 1 'Blake A. Kurinsky, 
:.!Erin Christine Latham,: Philip K. Lehczyckl, 
•Justyna Anna Lenlk, 'Elizabeth Marie' Levasseui? 
Allison Robyn Uchnmcr, Megan Dorothy Lick. 5 
Scott Eric Litvin, 'Sarah M. LoBue, John W. Loebel, 
'Dahiql> Brian -Love, Jr„ 'Lauren R. Lucas, 'Bryan 
Anthony 'Luczklw, Patrick Matthews Lynch, 
•Stephen James Mncrowskl, Patrick Jameson 



if 



i 



' .! 



Student Leaders 2003 



25 



IWIMT 



GENERAL CONTRACTORS 



M 



: 



MI 






• Faster To The Finish 

• More Affordable 
Quality Workmanship 

NO JOB TOO KG OR TOO SMALL! 



i 

s 
s 

r, 

t 
*i 

i. 
». 

A 

i, 
a 
a 
n 
:H 
st 

a I 

1. 

a 
k. 
ii 
h 
cl 

h 
le 
Ji 
ml 
tnv 

h 
f 

3. 

m 
TV 

er 
la 
ie 
ie 
;w 
;e. 
in 

tl 

$ 

a 
a 

ah 
:h, 
jn 



RESIDENTIAL 

Interior Design 
Room Additions 

Basements 
General Repair 

Kitchens 

Bathrooms 

Family Rooms 

Drywall Repair 

Painting 

Decks, Porches 

Gazebos 

All Season Rooms 

Doors & Windows 

Skylights 



; 3 

■■ -.A- 







Metal Stud Framing 

Drywall 
Acoustical Ceilings 

Roofing 

Doors & Hardware 

* * 

Panic Bars 
Heavy Gauge Metal 



Concrete Work 

Driveway Paving 

Brick Patios 

Landscaping 





■. . - , ■ 



Licensed • Bonded • Insured « Serving Lake County for Over 20 Years 




Hi 



847-36 



www.harmoninteriors.com 






CflMtBBSSg."TT« i " :■ i. i. i 'VJfttiriVif tr-t 









26 

Madden, Christopher John Magce, 'Jonathan C. 
Magna, Katie Nicole MnguIrc,*KclII Lynn Maguire, 
William Makoskl, *Thomas Mulia, Meghan 
Elizabeth Moriani, John Thomas Markham, 
'Marianne Elizabeth Marshall, Erie Martin, 
Roberto Martinez, Jr., 'Jessica Elizabeth Mosnik, 
Meghan Louise McCall, 'Joshua Micliacl McClung, 
Colleen Elizabeth McCommons, Sadyc Mary 
Margaret McGrath, Sara Ann McKcever, Kevin 
Powers McMahon, Jocqlyn Susan Medina, 'Craig 
Michael Merle, 'Kathcrine Anne Meyer, Nicole 
Lynn Meyer. Matthew Charles Meyers, Barrett 
AndrcwMonic. 

"Kothryn Suzanne Mouzukiotis, 'Ashley, Erin 
Mullen, Travis Christopher Mumm, Andrea del 
Cannon Murtoz, 'Ryan Chandler Myers, Andrei 
Cyrus Naeymi-Rad, Tracy Lynn Navar, Michael B. 
Ncmmcrs, *Annmnrio Margaret Noonan, 
KlmberlyM.Nord, Amanda^laIneNowak,*Shaun 
Nomian Desoloc Nunag, Paul David Nustra, 
Christine Nicole O'Connor, * Kathcrine E. 
O'Donnell, 'Diana Jean Ogurek, Craig Edward 
Oldis, Christopher G. Olson, Matthew Joseph 
Orscheln, Kyle C. Owens, Jesse Adam 
Pfamniatter, 'Amanda Marie Pirih, 'Mariko M. 
PIcscia. Andrew J. Ply, Matthew V. Poleck, 'Peter 
Joseph Pontarelll, Kathleen Mary Anne Powers, 
'Kathleen M. Przywara, 'Amanda M. Puccinelll, 
Andrew Raymond Qunde, 'Joseph Patrick Qullle, 
Thomas R. Rajchel, Carey Patricia Ralston, Curtis 
Dean Ramlaw, Michael J, Ratajczyk, 'Lauren 
Elaine Raupp, Tamara Ruvcnscmft, Amanda 
Joyce Ray, 'Theresa J. Rcdfcam, Rebecca Ann 
Reese, Dexter G. Reid, Jr., Chase R. Rlchtor, 
Noclle Elizabeth Riggio, Kassandra E. Ringer, 
Andrea Catherine Roach, 'Joshua Allen Robinson, 
Kyle J. Robinson, Natalie J. Rogaz, Laurie Eliyii 
Romano, 'Brian P. Rohoyne, Christopher R. 
Rullnn, Megan A. Russo, 'Meghan E. Ryan, 
'Shannon Patricia Rychlik, Jason Gerard Rygicl, 
Romulo Bautista Saclolo. Jr., David Tyler Sulvi, 
Alejandro Sanchez. Jr.. *Li(o Angclo Santos, 
Charles Angclo Supienzu, Bnidley J. Sara. JelTrey 
Scott Sauline. Daniel Thomas Sbertoli, Megan 
Kathleen Schaar, 'Robert Rudolf Schaser, Eugene 
Victor Schetfatit. lit, Michael J.Schuster, Matthew 
Robert Schwartz. Rachel Elizabeth Schweitzer, 
Pilar Cristina Selz. 'Kristen Rence Scrna, David 
loseph Sheehan. Jouatlian Martin Siegle. 
Margaret O'Neill Sieved, Christopher L. Silva, 
Christina Marie Sloss, 'Dana Katherine Smith, 
•Emilie loan Smith, John D. Smith, Christie A. 
Smuda, Paul JelTrey Soprani, Michael L Soudan, 
'Sarah Marie Sponseller, Pamela Lynn Stanvila, 
Paul David Stiles, Catherine Susanne Stoeckcl, 
Nellie Murie Strong. 

Stephanie AlanaSucech. Teresa Suchy, Kelsey 
Michael Szabo, Matthew Maurice Tate, Jr., Laura 
F. Tell, Gabriella Filomcnu Teuuta, 'Emmalee 
Abrlellc Terrell, Eric John Terrlto, Jenna Lynn 
Theriault. Klmberly Ann Tlce, Michael Stan 
"lokarz, "Ryan lames Trttschler, 'Ann Marie 
Tschanz. 'Ashley. Elizabeth Turkington, "Laszlo 
Varju. 'Alissa Veniey. 'Andrea Vemey, Brian L 
Virgilio, Dana Marie Volpeutesta, Timothy Joseph 
Waldeck. Brian N. Walker, Sean William Walker, 
Andrew |ohn Wallor, 'Meredith Tracy Walton, 
•Amanda Kale Warco, 'Elise Marie Ward, 'Diane 
Nicole Welsbrod, Andrea Claire Wcrsyn, Kenneth 
Charles Whigham. Jr., Paul R. Wonak, Jeffcry 
Joseph Wulf, Allison J. Zimmerman, 'Glenn Allen 
Zomchek, 'Matthew James Zwolsk, 



Grant High School 



~^W J Michael S. Achtor, Joshua L 

Adams, Amanda R Adclmund, 
Stephanie A Arnold, Denisc Artcaga, Jllleena K 
Bailey, Douglas D Banks. Amber M Barlow, 
Kathleen E Bamlcle, Anaiz A Barrios, Andrew H 
Barth, loseph VBartoszek. David K Bauer, Nicole A 
Benedetto, Jason A Benning, Cody A Beran, 
Barbara A Berg, Justin Blgalke, Reynard C Blase, 
Randy W Blood. Tanya C Boan, Ian M Borchers, 
Kelly G Brown, Laura E Buchanan, Patricia Bullcri, 
Klrslin Burby, Justin M Burch, Earl (Joe) 
Burroughs, David M Calvert, Alejandro A Cardona 
(Tapia), Donald L Carl (Gambony), Yullana 
Carranza, Jennifer L Carrier, Rosanna G Chlco, 
Cassandra E Clagctt, Latrice N Clark, Samantha 11 
Colabelia, Tanya M Colatorti, Aaron W Conrad, 
Blaine D Coplan, Alfredo Cordova. Kristen N 
Costelio, Jennifer M Colter, Barbara M Cox, 
Timothy Crandall, Jamie L Crichton, Rose M 
Csulils, Carole A Cukla, Anthony A Dauca, Ryan D 
Daudelln, Rodellz 1 David, Ashley A Davidson, 
Tracy A Deal, HectorT DeLeon, Vanina B Denkova, 
Uric ) Dessiirl, Brandon M DcVrics, Shannon M 
Donnelly, JoscT Dorado, Erin G Doyle, Neil R 
Drews, Amanda L Ducat, Jacqueline M Dalian, 
Brian J Durlak, Suzan E Dyer, Carrie L Eaton, 
Elizabeth Edwards. Juleen M Edwards, Katherine E 
Evans, Nicholas S' Fain, Nicholas R Fieramosca, 
Sean M Flnlayson, Matthew D Fiordirosa, Sean C 
Pjellstedl, James 1 Forster, John T Frugo, Kyla E 
Funk, Brian S Gale, Sean T Gallagher. Rachel E 
Gurlepy, Chantcll M Gebert, Maureen K Golden, 
Joshua H Guiding. Karissa D Gonyo, Jaime j 
Gonzalez. Andrew M Gore. Michael A Graff, Amy L 
Griimza. Shauntiah T Grashen, Neil B Gravander, 
Richard C Grtives, Anthony J Groce, Douglas M 
Groin; Amtmda L Mull, Allison C Hansen, Tanner J 
Hart, Lindsay R Haul man, Chris S Hcino, Shari A 
llelminski, Heather M llennliig, Shawna M 
I lileman, Lauren M Hill, Joshua R 1 limmelspach. 
Veronica R lloehne. John F Hoersch, Tiffany A 
llotton, Cassandra A Howard. Robert A Hubkn, 
Molly A Janhey, Matthew E Janowicz, Joanna L 
Jarrett, Brand! M Johiisen, Brent C Johnson, 
Andrea D Jovanovic, Jerome D Juqultan,' Vanessa R 
Justus, Aaron J Kaplan, Laura L Karaslnski, Justin W 
Kaskitdden, Stephanie A Kautzer, Kennclh C 
Kazun, Mitchell P Kazun, Timothy J Knpllman, 
Matthew A Kolak, Komil R Kowalewicz, Joseph M 
Kramer, Kristina M Kranz, Henri A Krucgcr, 
Michael J Kumer, Robert D Kurtz, Erin MLang, 
Troy R Leatherby, lennifer G Llchlcr. Seun N 




Longubaugli, Janson C Luedtke, Matthew J 

Lukcmcycr, Lillian Madera, Michael P Madlcncr, 

Mathcw L Mansfield, Sarah A Marshall, Philip 

Mayer, Brandon M Mazurck, Michelle J McBridc, 

Boccphus D McCart, Douglas P. McClelland, 

Kristin L McClurc, Tera L McDevitt, Benjamin W 

McDonough, Elizabeth M McGWlvruy, Zachary P 

Merrltt, Jocque M Meyer, Mike A Mlkulski, Sarah A 

Miller, Tiffany M Mimic, Jeffrey A Mohr, William P 

Mooncy, Luis M Morales, Joseph A Moreno, Travis 

D Morgan, Holly N Mount, Caitlyn A Murray, 

Joshua A Myers, Paul J Nee, Jason N Neumuller, 

Melissa M Newton, Adam M Nichols, Turin LNoga, 

Brandon J Nuccio, Michael N Ohlin, Nicole E 

Pacini, Daniel R Pearson, Nels P Pedcrsen, 

Matthew C Pennington, Matthew D Pennington, 

Ricardo Perez, Adam J Phillips, Kaltlln S Plyman, 

Thomas Post, Brittany Prendcrgast, Heather C 

Purrazzo.Paul R Pyrich, Amber K Ruab, Jennifer J 

Rano, Amber N Rappe, Jason M Rassett, Stacey A 

Reed, Jarcd G Reeves, Amber L Reid, Richard 

Remmers, Rudy A Reyes, Kurt S Reynolds, 

Ryan W Rich, Ryan W Rtojas, Donald M Roath, 

Rachel E Roberts, Travis J Robillard, Rachel M 

Robinson, Anixa Rodriguez, Nathaniel R 

Rodriguez, Peter W Salvador!, Amanda K Schmidt, 

Jennifer A Schmidt, Bradley J Schmuhl, Karl A 

Schneider, Brent LSchnirer, William F Schramm, 

John H Schrocder, Holly E Schuerr, Joseph A 

Schultz, Alysia K Schwartz, Patrick W Scckcta, Axel 

S Segovia, Jeremy S Serna, Christopher L Shannon, 

Ashley E Shell, Erica Soils, Rolando Soils, Lisa A 

Spelss, Nicole R Springer, Megan R Stanis, Kylic N 

StauRcr, Brittnl Stcbbins, Stephen Stendcr, Bryan 

M Sterbenz, Jason R Stewart, Micliacl G Straz, 

Jessica J Sword, Ryan A Tahiinen, Vincent M 

Tallurico, Vinson J Tanner, Ashley M Tennyson, 

James M Termini, Stephanie M Tcutonlco, Patrick 

Thompson, John B Thornton, Xoyda Tineo, Corlic 

A Titus, Annie L Torgerson. Samantha J Torphy, 

Jaclyn E Troemel, Kyle M Urban, Oscar E Valadcz 

(Ayala), Daniel Velasquez, Amy LVcltum, Kevin W 

Voelz, Adam C Wagner, Christopher J Walleck, 

Allison J Warmowski, Brandon S Warp, Evan M 

Weiss, Michelle M Whitehead, Alicia Whitt, 

Jennifer L Wick, Stephanie D Willding, Kira R 

Willing, Brian Wilson, Matthew 8 Wilson, Alexis E 

Wittlieb, Andrew M Wynne, Jessica LZcitlemoycr, 

Grayslake 

Community High 

School 

Brian Abcrcrombie, Nickolus 

Abcrcrombic, Sabrina Patricia Abney, Nicole Marie 

Acero*. Matthew Ryan Ahcrn**. Amanda M. 

Alcorn, Greg M. Aliergott, Christina Marie 

Anderson, Emily Ann Anderson**, Michelle Hclene 

Anderson, Torrance Appel, David Scott Archibald, 

Kevin James Archibald,' Bcrnadctte Bautista 

Arcibal, Brandon James Atkins, Elise Llanne 

Audelte, Juan Carlos Ayon, James Michael Ball*, 

Nicole Diana Bandy, Undsey Marie Barbancra, 

Sura Elizabeth Bordy, Robert Barkus, Lara Bardiel, 

Will Barthel, Stephanie Ann Bartlett, Jennifer L 

Bauer, Christopher David Bcaman, Kevin Matiliew 

Bear, Anna Louise Behm**, Elaina Denise. Bell, 

Ryan Jeffery Bennett, Andrew Charles Berger, 

Brittney Catherine Berger**, Jessica Nicole 

Anastassia Berger*, Sara Whitney Bcrgin, Nicole 

Cerise Anne BcshoJ, Wayne Paul Bcuchcr, Shannon 

Marie Binder**, Rebecca Elizabeth Binversic, 

Adrijana BIsevac**, Brian Michael Blanas, Julie 

Marie Blandford**, Erin Michelle Blecka, Kirsten 

Mori Blodgett**, Fallon Ashley Bochicchio, 

Brandon Daniel Bocsch, Nancy Rose Bohlke, 

Derrick Adam Bowers, Emilie R. Brennan, Rachel 

Marie Brennan, Alicia Lynn Brewer, Gretchen Lee 

Brusenbach, Andrew A, Bryant, Bridgid Eileen 

Buckley, Michael James Bulalch, Colleen Rudionn 

Burns, Dana Leigh Cubonor*, Heather Louise 

Camucho, Keith Russell Campbell, Sarah M. 

Campbell*, Scott J. Campbell, Adam Edward 

Cannon**, Luis Alberto Cardenas, Carolyn Lena 

Carney, Kyle Thomas Casey, Michael James 

Cassidy, Aaron Rcnnpferd Calullo, Katrina Nicole 

Catullo, Christina M. Cervantes*. 

Jesse Osmar Chamorro, Andrew Benjamin 
Chapin**, Adriana Chihuahua, Jamie Leigh 
Chirempcs, Nathan Gary Chott, Nicholas Ivan 
Chott, Shalae Danyelle Chriss, Jason Richard 
Christenscn, Sarah Emma Christoph, Marlsa 
Noelle Churchill*, Colin Richard Cleek, Rachel Ann 
Coari', Laura Joan Colar**, Candice Sharon Collins, 
Jennifer Mariah Coolidgc, Aaron Matthew 
Couturier, Jeremy Dwayne Craft, Tamara Florence 
Cramer"*, Dominique La Spree Crockett, Holli 
Nicole Cruz, Danielle Raye Cullen, Kevin Allen 
Curtis, Ryan Michael Curtis, Meagan Marie 
Dagon*. Dustin Daniel Dalzlel, Jessica Marie 
DaMorc, Matthew John Duusch**, Molly Margaret 
Davis, Stephanie Lynn Davis, Johanna M. 
Davison*, Chad Woodward Deal, Joseph A. 
Dclaparra, Matthew Daniel Dclger, Jamie Lee 
DeLoof**, Brian T. Dempsey**, Daniel James 
Dcnman*, Trevor Michael Dcrtz, Arcadia D, 
DeVcra, Jr., Monlque Marie Dishman, Sarah 
Rebecca Dovvling'*, Lisa C. Dracup, Danielle 
Elizabeth Drcwcs, Klmberly Marie Driscoll, 
Amanda Kelly Duhlg, Casslc Faye Durkin, 
'Schantellc Ashlec". Emery, Claudia P. Erazo, farra 
Marie Eskenuzy, Meghnn M. Everett, Michael 
Edward Facklam**, Jlmena Ynsmin Fulcone, 
Joseph Anthony Falduto, Christina Nichole Pied, 
Alicia Jeanne Fiore, Nicole Cherie Flshback, Albert 
Michael Fisher, Jlllian Nicole Foster, Jeremiah 
Frampion Fox*, Michelle Marie Fritch, Christopher 
Proseth*. Jamie Fugett, Julie Fukcs**, Andrew Paul 
Fuller, Matthew Thaddcus Gajda, Cassandra Ann 
Garcia, Kevin Ryan Garrison, Justin Janics Gass, 
Luura Elizabeth Gawinski, Mary Alicia Gecrs*, 
Katherine Elizabeth Gerfin, Jonathan Roy Giertych, 
Roberto Gil, Jr., Stcphan John Glzclld, Frances E. 
Gloifcltcr, Ryan A. Glynn, Michael Edward Goelz, 
Christopher Justin Goheen, Melissa May 
Goodman, Sandy Gordlllo, Lance Derek Gorham, 



Student Leaders 2003 



S^^^jJ^.i 



2003 Valedictorians & Salutatorians 



School 

Antioch 

Carmel 

Grant 

Grayslake 

Mundclein 

Ubertyvillc 

Round Lake 

Vernon Hills 

Warren 

Wauconda 



Valedictorian 

None named 
Quintin Cappelle 
Ashley Davidson 
Matthew Ahern 
None named 
RyanLo 
Alex Mendralia 
Amy Lee 
Elizabeth Fritz 
None named 



SafwtatPrian 

None named 
Katie Meyer 
Doug Groin 
Allison Murphy 
None named 
None named 
Keith Baum 
Yesha Sutaria 
Sarah Kim 
None named 






-■?! 



zsgms^&MMiiMimmsgsmk 



Eric Robert Gottsacker, Summer Donn Gouldy- 
Hyde, Alana KJmbcrlcy Grelncr. 

Katie Lee Grcwc, Julie Ann Gudewicz/r, Jeremy 
Steven Handel, Christopher James llandke, 
Kristina Lynn Hanna, Mattliew Willinm Hansen, 
Jeffrey Scott Hanson, Steven D. Hanson, Heather 
Lynn Haras, Jeff John Haras, Drctt William 
Harmon, Emily Anne Harmon, Jenny Lynn 
Harrison, Sara Ellen Hatfield, Craig Robert 
Hauck**, Jennifer Lee Hein, r Danielle Lynn 
Herman, Jesus Arturo Hernandez, Nicole M. 
Hernandez, Ashley N. Hicks, Colin Tliomas Hicks, 
Joshua C. Hicks, Meredith Antoinette Hockstra*. 
David Lee Hooks, Jr., John Daniel Hornung, 
Elizabeth Anne Horst, Jennifer Maria Horst, 
Christopher R. ilotz, Emilee Christine Houge, 
Gregory William Hrycyk, Lauren Rence Hubbard*, 
Brittany Lynn Hyatt, Holly Kay Jansen, Larry Ray 
Jobblns, Jr., Ajibola Johnson, Kathleen Nicole 
Jones, Natallja Jovanovic, Todd John Jurcak, Julia 
Kaleel, John Anthony Kasper, Jennifer Unn KcUy**, 
Jessica Megan Kelly, Kirsten N. Kelly, Phillip Walter 
Kenar, Adam J. Kicfer, Karen M. Kindcrman, Joy 
Elizabeth Klas, Christa Marie Klausncr*, Paul G. 
Kllsiewtcz, Joseph Alan Kluglcwicz, Anthony 
George Knowlcs", Michael Christopher Koch, Jlllian 
Amber Koletsos, Micliacl Kostov.* . 

Georgeanne Louise Krampien, Christopher 
Michael Krause, Lindsay Anne Reed Kiuger, Chad 
E Krumrcy, Heather Renee Kuhl, Charissa Marian 
Kumar, Alexander R. Kuzmanoff, Brittany Erin 
Kwiatkowski, Christine Anne Laning*. Courtney 
Amanda Larson**, James Steven Larson, Adam 
Michael Laufer, Tara Elizabeth Leaderbrand, 
Stephanie Ann Lec#, Christopher Scott Lehman, 
Tiffany Rac Lchner, Jeffrey 'Joseph Leonard!, Frank 
John Lcsnak, Daniel D. Lim, Nicholas J. Loe, Adam 
J. Loftus, Liza Lopez, Meghan Elizabeth Lord, 
Dillon Edwin Lukasik, Ancy K. Lukos, Andrew Roy 
Lundin, Katie Lynn Lutz, Jennifer Lee Mack, Angela 
Mae Marker, Amanda Kelly Mdrsden*, Scott 
William Martin, Rebecca Pilar Martinez, Ryan 
Adam Marvin, Brandy Suzanne Mauritz, Michael 
Robert James M c Cann, Devlin Patrick McCluskey, 
Sarah Nicolle McConnell, Odari Kimani 
McWliorter, Adam Burke Mecklcr*, Joshua 
Landon Mellender, Christopher John Mellender, 
Jr., Christopher T. Metropulos, Benjamin William 
Metzler*#, Asliley Beth Michel, Steven Roy Miller, 
Jamie Brooke Mireles, Megan Tcresc Mitchell, 
Brian Christopher Mobley. 

Rachel Eleanor Mondeilo**, Brian James Morfitt, 

Stephanie Ann Mueller*, Angela Nicole Mulcahy, 

Allison Marie Murphy**, Jared Thomas Murphy, 

Patrick Brian Murphy, Erin Nicole Myers*, Brian 

Scott Nachenberg*, Linda Napier, Kristen Ashley 

Nau, Michael David Nguyen, Gloria M. Nicoll, 

Kristen Marie Nielsen, Alexis M. Nikitow, Amanda 

Marie Noble, Nicolle Elizabeth Noble, Valerie 

Marie Nommcnsen, Bobby B. Norman, ZacharyT. 

Norton, Jeffrey R. O'Mara, Katie L O'Rourke, 

Geoffrey E. Ocampo, Krystal Rose Olkowskl, Nicole 

Lauren Ortiz, Alexandria Ottens, Brian James 

Pacheco, Melissa Ann Patelli, Christopher W. 

Pcklay, Jessica Janinc Perez, Kurt Richurd 

Perrymun*. Curtis Jerome Peters, Theresa Jean 

Peters, Zachary Edward Peterson**, William C. 

Petrlchos, Mark Pleczkiewicz, Benjamin Kard 

Phillip Pierce, Coryn Nicole Pierottl, NIshan John 

Pillboslan, Monlka Edyta Piwowarska**, Brandon 

Michael Poe, Christina Marie Pollard, Katharine 

Berry Ponte, Erin Elizabedi Potter, Stephanie A 

Powell, Christine Marie Prilchard, Julie Lynn 

Pructt, Stephanie Marie Pucin, Micah John 

Putman*, Joli Alysc Ramos, Nolan Ramotar, 

Candlce Anastasia Rampaul, Thomas James 

Richard Rapanos, Allan Bradley Raynor, Jr., 

Timothy Jumes Reap*, Francisco Ramos Recinto, 

Jr„ Brian Edward Reddish, Matthew Joseph Reed, 

Ryan Joseph Reitman, Christine Elizabeth Rcndak, 

Jessica Lynn Rcuss, Matthew Michael Riddcr, Ryan 

Michael Rink, JusUn Michael Robinson. . 

Mark B. Robinson*, Brandon Mitchell Roe, David 
Michael Rohlwlng, Keith M: Roman, Kyle R. 
Raman*, Samantha Lynn Rompala, Logan James 
Rott, Joshua Taylor Boswell Rowe, Ruth Marie 
Rubietta, Colette Marie Ruscheinsky, Ashley Rose 
■ Russ, Tanya Elizabeth Ruszczak, Sarah Marlon' 
Ruwltch, Shannon Marie Ryan, Joshua Ian 
Saurinen-Meakcr, Ryan J. Sadllek, N astasia Marie 
Salazar**, Matthew Michael Solzman, Kathryn Rae 
Samuelson, Melissa. Sanchez, Eric Christopher 
Sanders, Pamela Kay Sawyer, James Richard 
Scunnell, III, Zachary E,. Schlarbaum, Sarali Noel 
Schlcser, Kristin Rae Schlobolim, Jason Allen 
Schroeder, Kassie Marie Schwarikl, Jordon D. 
Seger, Erlka Marie Senase*, Brianne Elizabeth 
Scnkiw, Christina Marie Shadel, Courtney No reen 
Shaw*,. Robert John Sieger, Kyle Leigh Campbell 
Simpson, Christina M. Sintic, Joshua James Sillier, 



Brittany Jo Skellcy*. Jeffrey Charles Slcman, Kelly 
Irene Sloan, Tamml Lorccn Smith, Nicholas 
Roland Spangenberg, James A Storwolt, Elizabeth 
Ann Starzcc,: John Robert Steincr, Erik Stone, 
Jennifer Marie Strashcim, Kyle Qui nn Straub, John 
Anthony Stressler, Edward Michael Sullivan, "Jr., 
Brendan Thomas Sund, Vanessa D. Swanson, 
Rhianna Jean Swaton**, Brian Charles Sykcs, 
Annette V. Torchala, Adrienne Elise Tarver**, 
Danny Tellez, Stacy Rose Tcmpleton, David 
Emmanuel Tent, Laurelle Conine Thill, Matthew 
Vernon Toble, Sabrina Toner, Kristin Deanne 
Trinco*, Romeo Jan R. UgaJde, III, Ashley Dawn 
Urbanik, Indra Verbiejute**, Edward P. Vrtis*, Kurt 
Waido, Lisa Marie Walat, Brea Lynn Walsh, 
Mohammad Waqas-Sarwar, Karl K. Wumstedt, 
Carianne D. Weaver, Dunlel Keith Weber, Steven 
Peter Weber**, Danielle Lynne Wells, Andrew 
Michael Wcndt, Danielle Lee Wcstfall, Brandon J. 
White, Cheron Elizabeth Whiting**, Tomnsz Wiatr, 
Elisabeth C. Wiese, Elizabeth Jane Wiesolek. 
Vanessa Cclcnu Wills, Mark Thomas Winter, 
Cassandra Elizabeth Winters, Robyn Marie 
Woelffer, Scott Christopher Wold, Kevin Tyler 
Wood, Christopher Paul York, Eric R. Zack; 
Alexandra Raafat Zakl, Michael Anthony Zawojski, 
Jennifer Ann Zuchowski,, 'Indicates graduated 
with honors 
Vindicates National Honor Society 




LJbertyville High 
SchooJ, 



Corey Michacl'Abad, Adam 
Abdalla, Brandon Lee Adkins, Lorrie 
Marguerite Aleilo, Caltlin Malre Alston, Mallory 
Ann Albers, Ryan Jameson Aide, Eric Brooks Alt, 
Christopher Michael Anderson, Reid Randolph 
Anderson, Tony Ray Andrules, Christina Makiko 
Angel, Aisha Arif, Emilie Jane Armer, Gregory Clark 
Arnold, Katlileen Dell Aten, Zachary Morris Auble, 
Christina Nyree AvaJdan, Lindsey KAzzato, Lesley 
Ann Babb, Timothy Jon Baker, Erin Jessie 
Marshbum Bakshls, Jamie Nichole Balke, Bianca 
Barr, Jay Kent Barre, Matthew Joseph Barre, 
William Francis Barrett, Cullen Matthew Barrile, 
Vanessa Ann Bauman, Jessica Erin Bauschke, 
Joshua Ryan Bean, Motli Beard, Stefanie Lynn 
Becliler Michael Alan Bedell, Scaby Michael Bess, 
Karly Anne Biondl, Jonathan Paul Blaeser, 
Christopher Patrick Bleck, Joy Marie Bliss, Amanda 
Louise Blomgren, Courtney Elizabeth Blomgrcn, 
David Edward Boeckx, Jeanette Kristen Bogus, 
Margaret Janette Bookie, Aleksandr Borisenkov, 
Timothy Joseph Bowling, Megan Lynn Boyd, David 
Gunther Branham, Aric Christian Braun, Dana 
Louise Brawerman, Colleen Marie Bray, Adam 
Lucas Brazionls, Cara Rachel Brosten! Patrick Luke 
B runner. 

Todd Bucrstatte, Diana Carolina Buitrago, 
Ihomas P Burnham, Amy Marie Butcher, JusUn 
William Buttelmann, Brooke EllsabeUi CadweU, 
Molly Jane Cotcott, Mark Alan Callow, Clover Elaine 
Campbell, Lauren Elise Carey, Katie McClain 
Carroll, Lindsay Candace- Carry, Jaclyn Anne 
Castellnnet, Carl Stephen Chase, Nicholas Luc 
Chevallter, Eric Shane Chlng, William Thee Clay, 
Michael Thomas Clute, Jaclyn Ann Coate, Adam I 
Coates, John Patrick Coghlan, Courtney Erin Cole, 
Katharine Marie Condren, Justin Michael 
Corcoran, Gina MorieCorder, Robert Allen Crahan, , 
Timothy James Culberson-Fehling, Emily 
Elizabeth Cull, Audrey Lynn Culver, Jeremy Taylor 
Cummlngs, Stephanie Lauren Currier, Chad 
Christman Dane, Kathcrine Elizabeth DeUi Paoll, \ 
Stephanie Paige Dempski, Justin Gareih Denhie, 
Daniel Joseph DeRose, Aiap Yogesh Dcsai, Philip - 
Jordan DcVoh, Cooper Paul Dezell, Lauren 
Elizabeth Dt Benedetto, Nickolas Andrew 
Dimitriou, Christine MacKenzle Dolan, Matthew 
Patrick Doud, Jamie Marie Dovel, Brian Charles 
Dowd,, Jennifer Lauren Dwan, Adam Andrew. 
Dybel, Stephanie Yvonne Edmond, Sarah Elizabeth 
Egler, Jennifer Ann Elius, Benjamin Scott Engstrom. 
Kerstin Nicole Engstrom, Gregory John Ernest,. 
Laura Ann Faidi, Peter Joseph Fanale, Roxanna 
Farias, Ghazal Jamol Farooqui,' Patrick RyariFaye,< , 
Roger William Felcht, Courtney Elizabeth Few. ■'; 
Marion EllzabeUi Field, Julia Joyce Flnley, Ashley 
Rhlannon Fisher, Rebecca Rose Fitzpatrick, Shawn . 
Joseph Fitzpatrick, Brandon Arthur Flexsenhar, 
Brett Jeffrey Foley, Brooke Ann Folkrpd, Athamadla, 
Frangos, Jennifer Maria Freltnd, James David 
Friend, Emily Ellen Gallon, Nina M Gandhi, Joseph 
Charles, Gattone, Alex Steven Gavilck, Eric John 
Gavilck, Matthew Michael Gchlbach, Kim Lee 
Gelger, Derek Ryan Geryol, Suruchi Arill Ghode, 
Vincent Mutthew Glacinto. 

Katherine Marie Glannlnl, James Michael 
Gibbons, Matthew David Gllmon-Smllh, Laura 






■ -. 



ii 



1 



I! 



• I -5* 







il 



! 









> 



■ 



■ ? 



■ 







Student Leaders 2003 • 

. 

Mary Glntont, Derek John Girtnschcid, Jeremy 
Elklns Golden, Luke Justin GorajskJ, Bcih Ellyn 
Gornnson, Jaclyn Christine Gore, Virginia We 
Of-c-.yk, Kandls Arnez Grcar, Brandon E Greene, 
Jonathan Robert Grindel, Sarah • Alexandra 
Gubblns, Kristinn Anders Gustavson, Alexander 
Jonathan Gutting, Scott Houston Guyc, Sarah 
Elizabeth Hall, Michael John Hansen, Carrie 
Elizabeth Harris, Curtis Charles Hart, Maryann 
VVislnnd Harwood, Stacy Lee Masse, Christopher 
Rodgers Havvxhurst, Rory John Hebel, Jessica Lynn 
Hcbert, Sarah Anne Heck, Marshall Thomas 
Hendcrsqn. 1-aura Marie Mickey, Emily Laura Hocl, 
Heather Noel Hocl, William John Hogan, Kurt W 
Hoejund, Rebecca Elizabetli Holdorph, Klinbcrly 
Elizabeth Holland. Matthew Raymond Holland, 
Kevin Thomas Holmberg, Krlsloplier Allen Howell, 
Dwaync Him. Matthew Bancroft Hudson, Taylor 
Erie Hughes. Stacy Lauren Hynes, Kyle Robert 
In nes, Christopher Louis Irvin, Matthew Thomas 
I van tic, Kevin Joseph Janaes, Gregory Michael 
Jansen. Lindsay Morgan Jauch, Heather Elisc 
Johnston, Jane Erin Joltnston. 

Elizabeth Edith Jones, Shcctal Premal Josblpura, 
Sara Marie lowers,- Erin Elizabeth Jucngst, Leah 
Evelyn Jurevlclus, Eric .Bradley Kaechele, Kyllc 
Anne Kakentnosler, -Sarah Rose Kaklsh, Kambria 
Diane Kallmann, Lorilcc Lindsay Kahnan, Justin 
Christopher Keirans, Melissa Ann Keith. Joshua 
Craig Kendrick. Matthew Aaron Kenlcy,, Matthew 
David Kenitey. Kathleen Ellen Kent, Chang Yun 
Kim. Ilnsoo David Kim, Mary Kathcrine Klauser, ' 
tony Joseph Klimczak, Eric Benjamin Knudson, 
Michael William Koehtcr, Christen Lorraine 
Kontny, Phillip Jack Korol, Kyle Conrad Kowal, 
Kaiarzyna Anna Kowalska, Brian Paul Koza, 
Bethany Ann Kozak, Jordan Patrick .Kramer, 
Justin Bradley Kramer, Victoria Marie Kurr, 
Emma PemlllaSofie Larsson, Jerry Tin Chak Lau. 
Derek Graham Laughlln, Nathan Michael 
Lavender, . Peter H Lett, Andrew S Leung. 
Daniel S Leung, James Griffith Lewis, Brandon 
David Ucbcr, Grant Daniel Ustck, Ryan Lee Lo, 
Ashley Erin Lockowitz, Timothy William Loef, 
Antanla Loza, Matthew Joseph Lubicky, Roland 
Andrew Luitgaardcn, Brian Michael Lynn, Ryan 
Scott Mackynen. Nicholas Andrew MacMillan. 
Melissa Rcnae Maddock, Laura Anne 
Mahimeister. Kelly Elizabeth Mahoney, Jose 
Roberto Maldonado, Neel Anand Mansukhani, 
Miliary Ann Marhoefer, Samantha Ann Marrs, 
Jaclyn Wcnban Most, Derek Uarri Matt, 
Kimberly A Mazlarka, Daniel Christopher 
McCatlum, Christopher Lee McDonald, 
Jacqueline Rae McDowall, Jonathan Michael 
McGinn, Terra Nlcolle McGinn. 

Christopher Paid McMcekin. Kellcn Ronald 
Merchen, Miles J Melcoff, Caitlin Louise Metzel, 
Christopher .Charles Meyer, Douglas Allan 
Meyer, Sean E Michaelson, Lindsay Erin 
Milbourne', vf f&lwnrd William Miller, Jaclyn Renee 
Miller, Kelly Jo Miller, Krista Rcgina Miller, ' 
Morgan Joy Minear. Michael Paul Mourlot,' ' 
Michael Anthony Muench, Ryan Francis Nader, 
Nora Mae Naylor, Ian Jay Nickels, Stephanie 
Marie Noller. Michael B Norton, Molly Claire 
Novy. Fyne Chukwunulokwu Nsofor, Usa Ifcoma 
Nsofor, Brian Richard O'Connor, Michael Joseph 
O'Connor, Kevin Patrick OTJonnell, Stephen 
Joseph O'Leary, Chance, Alan Olesak, Blake 
Edward Wojcik Olson, John-Christian Aquende 
Ordonez, Barbara Ann Padour, Joseph Phillip 
Page, Matthew James Palmierl, Stacy Leigh 
Panozzo, Steven James Paramskl, David Bernard 
Parker, Devon William Parks, Maciej Paszkowski- 
Sikorski, Michael Anihony Patulo, Kathleen 
Courtney Pausch, Caylin Francis Pccht, Emily 
Anne Pecht, Laura Jane Pcrlman, Michael J 
Perna, Caroline Pleasance Persinger, Gregory 
Scott Petersen. Kristin Ann Peterson, Shaun Leslie 
Peterson, Laura Kathleen Pfeiffcr, Anastasia 
Pharris. losle Marie Pickens, Christine Elizabeth 
Plelnes, Shelly Anne Priest, Elizabeth Anne 
Proctor. Christopher Michuel Purtell, August 
Franklin Pusateri, Katharine A Pyle, Thomas 
Adam Qulmby, David Michael Regel, Laura Beth 
Returner. Katherine Patricia Renton, Sean Patrick 
Rlchter, Patrick Charles Riggs, 

Allen James Rlnchlch, Cheryl Marie Robinson, 
Asliley Brooke Rock. Amber Lynn Rogers, Melissa 
Jane Romlto, Katherine Anne Ross, Joseph Vito 
Rotyllauo, Noah Benjamin Saipe, Lauren A 
Salamone, Matthew Russell Sargent, Jessica Ruth 
Saxvik, Natalie Genetic Schupple, Michelle 
Schwelgert, Ryan Henry Schwerman. Vllma 
Vanessa Scrvcllon, Puja Shalt, Joanna Karic 
Shapiro, Christopher Lyle Shaver, Sarult Ann 
Sheddcn. Mllanu Naumovna Sheklitman, Jeremy 
John Sheldon, Prajwul Tliyampanna Shctiy, 
Megan Ellen Shewan, Robert Frank Siwok, 
Heather Rene Skeen; Amanda Elizabeth Slcsnick, 
Lauren Megan Smngacz, Kristin Karl Smith, Anne 
Melissa Snyder. Jessica Leigh Sona, Katherine 
Marie Spiccr. Britain Dnrlcnc Spinney, Krystal A. 
Shirk. Andrew Thomas Starkman, Jonathan 
Michael Steplyk, Joanna Kathleen Stevens, Dana 
Mary Stout, William James St ranberg. Daniel Riley 
Sullivan, Erin Margaret Swanson,- Kristen Marie 
Sweeney, Hernando Andres Taruayo, J a red 
Roger Taylor, JclTrey Scott Taylor, Kelly Elizabeth 
Taylor.^Surah Nlcoiette Teeters, Matthew R 
. Tenuia. Josephine An-Nhi Than, Nikhll Albert 
Thonias. Steven Michael Thomas. Luke Edward 
Thompson, Joseph Edward Thomson, Laura Kay 
Tibey, Kevin Michael Timony, Ian Vic.ior TInley, . 
Nathan Luke Toner. Pntrizln Torres, Kaitlin 
Amanda Towner. John Michael Troesch, Kelly F 
. True/Sarah Belli Try, Allison Anne Tucker, Alyse 
jaclyn : Turner, James Matthew Unroc, Cristina 
Michel Vasco, 1 leather Marie* VcrLee, Josh E' 
Veseljv James Neal Vetrano, Steven Michael Vital, 
Matthew Jiisiin Voelker. Matthew Thomas 
{ Vamhees, John Paul Vuturo, Kevin James Wall, 
Jeffrey Collins Waller, Jessica Frances Walton, 
Bethany Sue Weaver, Matthew John Wedcll, 
Sarah Ellen Wcllcr, Thomas Andrew Welsh, Amy 
Elizabeth Wcslmuhj Kalliryn L Wheeler, Mark 





D Wiegold, Dana Allison Willis, Amanda Jo 
Wilton, Katlicrine Louise Wlshau, Josliua David 
Woodbrldgc, Joshua Joel Wright, Ellzabedi Wu, 
Audra Lee Wunder, Beth Jcanninc Wundcriich, 
Justin James Wunsch, Danielle Mercer Wyatt, 
Austin Thomas Yarc, Daniel Curtis Yates, Philip 
Joseph Yates, Scokjun Yoon, Te .You, Alyson 
Kate .Young, Zhuo Zeng, Panpan Zhang, 
Matthew Rync Zurck 

Mundelein High 
g@B School 

Jaclyn D Adamek, Robert C 
Adams*++, Ablsola S Adekoya, Benjamin Aguilar, 
Hi; JosephB Alfonso. Marlela Ambriz*+++, Randy 
N Anderson *+4+, Lindsey M Appelhans, Lnshon 
Applewhite, Karla M Aquino, Mury C Argentari*, 
Jason D Annour, AlexAuguszczak, AJma J Avalos, , 
Grisell Avilla, Matthew J Bachlcr+++, Mary C 
Baker*, Torey D Baker, Charlie B Baldwin. -Shana 
D Barrcra, Sarah M Barrett, Stephanie R. Batlaglia, 
Adrian Bccerra,.' Stacy Bcllcfcuille, Ashley M 
Berlnger, Bryan CBevIs, Jjiuru S BJorn+++, JayW 
Blair, John Borgman, Joshua L Bouton, Ashley M 
Bowes, Lori J Brand, Shawna Brandt, Kori Brandt, 
Melissa Brandt, Ryan A BrandtA, Clinton C 
Brcsley, Steven Brlsan, Shane Broertjes, Jacques A 
Brouillette, Catherine A Brozek, Ruthie B Bunts, 
Raul Cabralcs, Timothy E Campbell, Haydee 
Cantu, Patrick A Cape, Elizabeth Carrasco, 
Martha E Carrasco, Eric A Casanova, Franslsco 
Gisas, Jennifer SCavaltero*+, Michael D Cavers**, 
Michael A Cecchl, James R Chagdes++, Rachel A 
Cleaveland*++, Brett T Cleveland, Christine 
Connelly, Cynthia M Contreras*++, Ashley A 
Cook*, Oscar Corral, Kathryn L Covganko*+, 
Molly B Cox, Jennifer M Cozza, Kristin C Cozzi, 
Maria A Crowder, Sabrina M Crowder, Asliley A 
Davis*+++, Victoria B Davis*. 

David K DeLozier, Miguel M Dcla Cruz*++, 
Andrew D Delehoy, Patrick A DeVore, Melissa I 
Dickson*, Anthony M DiFoggio, Veronica B 
Doering*. Kelly' E Dolan, Megan M Drehobl, 
Robin S Drell, Alexander ADrewanz, Brian R' 
Dulek, Amanda A Filer, Margaret A Eisenbartb, 
Eric J Escli, Rebecca Estrada, Joshua A. Estrin, 
MatUicw D Eucolono, Tiffany M Fablyi, Monica 
Fanani, Mcagan L Femvick*, Brenton J Fcrgusson, 
Kara L Fcrro, Ashley R FIdler, Tliomas J Fifield, 
Hugo P Figueroa, Asliley D Fislunan, Lorena 
Flores, Robert I Flores, Jr., Patrick Fiynn, Michelle 
A Foster, Nathan A Franco, Jessica J Friedman, 
Carl Fruehan, Michael T Gabry, Natalie M. 
Galindo, Jose L Galiegos, Diana Galpcrin, RobbE 
Garbrccht, Danielle M Garcia, M. Isabel Garcia, 
Amanda A Gardlcn, Kirstcn M Gasper, Kcrri A 
Gcmbra, Jessica L Giangiorgl*; Roberto Gil, 
Matthew D Gjertson+, Jackie M Glacscr, Rebecca 
E Gocdken+++, Gustavo Gonzalez, Yolanda 
Gonzalez++, Elizabetli A Goodman*,. Joseph M 
Greenwald, Matthew I-f Gresham+, Sharon E 
Grieger*. Amanda E Gross*, Pliil A Guderian, 
David S Guevara, Yan Gusinsky, Terese M Haas*, 
Nate W Hahn\ Thomas M Hanralian, Mark A 
Hanwright++ t Ryan B Hausauer*-H-+, Elizabeth 
Havansek*++, James W Hawkins, II, Arielle L 
Hazan, John T Healy, Matdiew Heber, Eric M 
Hcbert, Nathan E Heigert*+++, Natasha E Heike, 
Paul J Hcmmcrling, Christian D Hernandez, 
Gabriela Herrcra, Adrian L Herry, Ryan P Higgins, 
Charles R Hockenberry. 

Katrina L Hodges, Gregory D Hon*man*++, 
Amy A Horak, Colin M Horsch, Michael B 
Howord++, Michael S Howell, Lupc A Hurtado, 
Vanessa M Hurtado, Andrew W Hutter, Jennifer A 
Hynds+++, Victor. M Ireland, Juan C Jacinto, 
Jessica Jacobsdn*++, Anna EJahn+, Eric N Jalinke, 
Julia M Jakal, Michael A James, Brianjanosch', 
Jolynn Jilpas, Roberta L Jimenez, Johnnie L J iron, 
Jessica L Joerger, Justin J Jocrger, Jenna C 
Johnson"++'+, Kiystle M Jones,' Daniel L Jordan," 
Samaniha J Kahly, Dominik Karnas, Lauren J 
Kartje*, MattliewTKayser, Marius Kcblys, Amaya 
M Kendzlor*, Brittany B Kcssel, Carol A Kichinko, 
Sarali C Knlskcm, Ryan A Koegel", Matdiew M 
Koepke, Joey M Konicek, Morgan M Kopecky, 
Elvira Ko[itev*++, Clayton B Kovac, William 
Kroger+, Charish L Kully, Kalhriua M Kunz++, 
'Hiomas R Kuzmyn, Brian C Lahey+++, Tim 
RLahey, Kara K Lambert, Lauren T Lamp!*, 
Fatima I Lara, Kim S Larson, BrianLcav+, Diana L 
Lee*, GregCLeroux, Christopher D Lett, Margaret 
E Levine, Matthew A Libcrackl, Steve E 
Licbcrman, LauaLitvinchuk, Alan Livshln, 
Heather N Loeb*+++, Stefanle M Long, Nicholas K 
Longslrcth*++, Anthony J Lundin, Rebecca P 
Macklln, Jennifer Maliar*. Robert A Maier, Leslie 
A Majarucon*+, Joseph K Mak*, 

MauraMaldonado, Sandra Maldonado, Kurt R 
Manley, Michael P Manzon, Melissa Marin, 
Jovany Marque/., Danielle C Marlhlusen, 
Kimberly A Martin*, Osbaldo Martinez, Amanda K 
Martyka++, Megan C Marzano, Fernando Mata, 
Roxanna Mata*. Wendy Mata, Javier Mata, Jr, 
Darrell D-Mathls, Jr. - Mark Mavroihalasltis*+, 
jillidn M McConn, Michael J Mellon, Sinhue 
Mcndoza, Ashley J Mcutcmans, Brcnnan K 
Micluielis, Amanda M Miller, Jodi L Miller. Sondra 
M Miller* +, Tatiana P MiUer, Ryan A Missing, . 
MarkSMoilancn, Adam J Moss, Brian T Mur|)hy, • 
Matthew Nelson, Margaret G Ness, Jnnet C 
Nlessner*+, Michael J"Nilles*+, Birgil A 
Nordmark*, "JcfTrcy Obert, Aaron J Obispo, Jacob 
Och, Luke M Oliver, Marsela Ortega, Mark K 
Overholser++, Tyler N Pagano*, Jennifer R 
' Pagdllao, ,Ana Y Paniagua, Stoyan I Paraskov, 
Robert J Parker, Jr., Cynlhia L Partida, Michael A 
Pasiko*+++, Shrina P Palel, JoshuaS Patrick. Doni 
J Pavel, Heather P PeanV Candicc M Pedraza, 
MarkPerko. 

Candice E Peters, Lindsay A Pflug, Jessica E 
Pimentel, Melisso A'PlucInski*++, Stacy L 
Pluclnski*. .Ashley L Pomazal. Chelsea E 
Poplawski*, Ratnona Pressley, Steplmnle A Prince, 
Rith B Pum, Anthony S Raciak, Evan J RaJTerty, 



Mike J Rala, Angela M Ranck, Ryan A Raymundo, 
Nalara Rebclo, Patrick M Reed, Renata A 
Revelo*++, Michael J Rcxrord, Flor M Rico, 
Amanda M Ritter, Monica E Rivera, Samual A 
Roberts*, Jam! A Robins, Jorge L Rodriguez, Maria 
E Rodriguez, Monica Rodriguez, Sarah C 
Rofrman*+++, Christine M Roncoll*+, Aurello 
Salozar*. Ruben Salazar, Rossangela Salegio, Brad 
T Sashko, leva. Sasnauskalle*, Ashley D 
Scarbrough', Jessica L Scarlm*++, Derek M 
Schafcmak, John L SchanT 111, Sara J Schaul*, 
Keith M Schawel, James M Sharfman, Elsbeth M 
Shenk*+, Megan EShepard, TrishaYShin, Saroh 
J Short*, Mellndu A Slerzega*. Christian II Sllva, 
Steven R Sliozls, Emily A Smelters, Jennifer E 
Smith, Sean II Sobel, Steven P Solari, Fernando 
Solorio, BradWSoltwisch, Julian C Soto, Christine 
RSowa. Erin LSprague+, Matthew J Sialey*. Ryan 
PStanley, Amber LSteadman, Collin FStcvens++, 
Kelly T Stone, Paul M Storost, "Melody 
Stratman*+++, Jessica M Suarcz*+, Kcerthl G 
Subbarao*+++, Robert M Sweno. KennyJTazloli, 
Jose L Tcllez, David L Tendering*, Jonny Tlian, 
Aaron lliebault, Sarah A Tlsch*+, Michelle N 
Tomatorc, Caitlln STrein*+++, Alejandra N Trejo, 
Panh H Trivedi, Hcnrik C Turk*, Elizabeth S 
Uczcn, Arturo J Uribe, JohnTVandcrVennet*+++, 
Aaron K Villacorta, Donnie Villagomez, Edvinas 
Vlngilys, llieresa M Visconti*, Kim D Voss*, 
MattliewSWagemann*. Brittany M Walker, Heidi 
M Walliser*+, Nicole M Walliser, Troy A Walsh, 
Sean B Ward, Alexander Webb, William RWeycrs*, 
Bonnie L Wheeler. Robert O While, ErikaAWicch, 
Lyndsey L Wiegold, Ashley M Wicrema, Sarali J 
Wicrzgacz, Matthew P WiIkinson+, Thomas A 
Williams, Paul A Wilmes*++, Angle C Wojcik*. 
PaidTWozny, Nicholas BYodcr, Emanuel VZaica, 
Ryan Zak*+++, Laura A Zaleski, Alicia K Zeman, 
Alckscy Zemlyokov, You K Zliou+++,- Nicholas E 
Zimowsk, Tadas Zukauskas, Phillip VVZumstein, 
* denotes National Honor Society 



Round Lake Senior 
School 



High 



■P&* Araceli Acosta T„ Mayra Janeth 

▼ ^ Aguilar, Victoria Allen, Janet Alonso, 
Evelyn Yaneth Alvarenga, ..Elizabeth 
Alvarez, Deanne Marie Anderson, 
Holly Ann Anderson, Jonathan Anderson, Jessica 
Jazmine Arceo, Javier Arevalos Ramirez, Silvia 
Annas, GraclelaArreguin, Salvador Aneola, Julio 
Cesar Arteaga, Carlos Avlla, Diana D. Bahena, 
Ryan Matthew Baker, Pennylopc Mara Baldarez, 
Nancy M. Barcenas, Candace TenlUe Banies, 
Steven Michael Basteon, Keith Thomas Baum. 
Mark Anthony Beaton, Jessica Bcaudian, Bryan 
Alexander Becker, Gregory Bcdnarczyk, Jonathan 
Bell, Meghan Benson, Monica Caballcro Puga, 
Rosa M.Camacho, Alma Delia Campos, 
Neshcmoh Carey, Amy Marie Carlos, Michael P. 
Castaldo, Eva Maria Cerritas, Mayra Cervantes 
Plasencia, Arthur James Chirping, Krystal Rose 
Chayer, Jessica Marie Cliristensen, Joshua Paul 
Clark,- Matthew Ryan Cleveland, Rebecca Jeanne 
Cnota, Robert. M. Cohen II, Dan Coleman, 
Jennifer May Conrad, William Kctly Coots, 
Heather Nanette Corcoran, Francisco J. Cordova, 
Ricardo Corral, Jaime Cortes, Anthony Cundarl, 
Monica Sue Davenport, Nikkl Joy Davis, Gorctte 
De La Rosa, Tairina Demos, Carrie Lynn Dendler, 
Rachellc Lynn Dcneckc, Chiquita S. Dennis. 
Tliomas Scott Desmond, Robert Diaz, Michelle N. 
Disatvo, Gregory Dpuglas, Roxann Michelle Dugo, 
SusanaEchevcrria, NocEnriqucz, Melody A. Esler, 
Christina Marie Fanning, Alberto FelLx, DcnekLce 
Feltner, Charles Ferottl. 

EVac Ka Wanta Finch, Adam David Fischer, 
Kurt A. Ford, Aaris Gage, Matthew Robert Gaines, 
Rencsace V. Gant, Nicholas A. Gerfen, Mark 
Gcrharz Jr., Nicole Gibson, Charles Gieske, Jose 
Luis Gil, Lynell Preston Glover, Emily Ofclia 
Gomez, Claribeih Gonzalez, Erik Grant, Nicholas 
Robert Green, Kathryn Lee GroblewskJ, Zackary 
Grove-Marshall, Christopher D.Gustafson, Robert 
Glenn Gustafson, Jacqueline Guzman, Andrew E. 
Hainzlnger, Christy Ann Halcom, Tanya Lynn 
Hanson, Krystal Harper, Mary Eve Hasiak, Joshua 
David Hauf, Brandon Hawks, Bradley Hennann, 
Frank Hernandez, Lorena Hernandez, Nancy 
Herrera Ambriz, Erik Michel Hileman, Troy 
Christian Howen, LeGene Ryan Hull, Amber Sara 
1 lussaln, Erin M. Jackson, Jorge Jacobo, Marcln 
Jaszczuk, Juan Carlos Jimenez, Krystal Lee 
Johnson, TristaKaye Johnson, Jennifer Kamlniski, 
Nicole Dana Karmas, Alex C. Kciley, Paul Charles 
Kelly, ' Shannon Margaret Kelly, Afshecn Aziz 
Khan, Tiffany Kolodzlnski, Philip Dalorian Krafft, 
Courtney Marie Kreger, Betfi Ann Kress, Candace 
Radicle Kruzcl, Scott Michael Krywko, Tracy 
Hclene Kujawiuski, , Juana Elizabeth Lara, Sonla 
Arcli Lara, Nicolle Mokihana , Iwalanl Ugenza, 
Marcos Lira, Emma Dawn Lltke, Ana Maria Lopez, 
Justin Lee Lorenzen, Nicole Ann Lucas, Sonia 
Luna, Michael R. Madeja, Susana P. Manon, 
Amanda Lynn Marino, Gema Maria Mariscal, 
Laura Maire Mark, Itzcl Y. Marquez, Janet 
Marrufo, .Jose Matlas Martinez, Julio Morales 
Martinez, Alfredo Mateos, Matthew T. McDade, 
Manuel Alberto Mejla, Alex Phillip Mondralla,- 
Cynthia Shirley Mcnnes, Scoit Merkau, Renee 
Mcrz, Scott Michael Mcrz, Christina Marie Milter, 
Isabel Alton Montemayor, Guadalupe Montoya, 
AdaniMrozek, TckecIaMurdock, Michelle Patrice 
Murphy, Jorge Armando Najera, Nonna Erika 
Najcra, William Napier, Diana Iris Nava,' Dcbra 
Marie Neigcl, Marie Nicole Ncwby, James 
. G.NicQline. Meghan Nush. Jemar D. O'Neal, Tari 
Elizabeth Olsen, Marlsol Olvera Perez, Artcmio 
Ortiz, Faustlno J. Ortiz, Leticla Ann Ortiz, Martha 
L Padllla, Laura Rose Parcells; 

Kevin G. Parker, Chelsea Lee Pornell, AdamG. 
Peleska, Laura Iris Perez, Sandra Perez, Korin Erin- 
Peters, Carolyn Rachacl Peterson, Tyler Cain 
Peterson, Erik Phlllppsen, Kristin Gail l^oglaycn, 
Ashley Irene Polywacz, Richard Allen Porter, 




27 

Timothy Robert Porter, Shannon Povllaltis, 
Jennifer Alicia Pratt, Mariccla Prieto Ramos, Jack 
B, Prydc II, Katcrina Anna Psihogfos, Juan Carlos 
Pulido, DclssyKarinaQucvedo, Zayra L Quiulcro, 
Daniel L Rathjen, Alejandro Reyes, Marylou 
Reyes, Taryn Lynn Rice, Jacob Matthew Rich, 
Maria Guadalupe Rlos, Christopher Stephen 
RIstey, Rachel Lisabcth Rlsley, Juana Rodriguez, 
Jacqueline Rogers, Andy M. Rogoz, Deanne 
Rebbcca Romero, Gregory Joshua Roscnquist, 
Nicole Rcnea Ross, Adriana Rublo, Brenda Rucda, 
Krtstlan Ruiz, Adrian Sanchez, David Sanchez, 
Herving Sanchez, Princess Sanders. 

Heather Yvonne Saubcr, Jose Luis Sauccdo, 
Ryan Michael Schaefer, Ian Michael Sehr, Heather 
Anne Slnagra, Valeric Lyn Skinner, Keith Joseph 
Slavcn, Marilynn Smith, Nicholas Robert Smith, 
Ben 11. Sodcrberg Jr., Pamela Anne Sodcrqulst, 
Chris Eric Solberg, Michael David Sparr, Nicole 
Ann Speck, Richard Michael Stanley Jr., Tara 
Dcnnel Staral, Tracy Stillwcll, Liura Anne Strong, 
Ashley Janine Taucli, Sabrina K. Taylor, Vianey 
Tellez, Jordan Ternlng, Danielle Christine Tesch, 
Adam Randal Thacn, AnUtony M. Tliompson, 
Jordan Christopher Thompson, Miranda C, 
Tortoricl, Kcger S. Townslcy, Myra Alejandra 
Trcvino, Alma Judith Uribe. Janlnu Marie Voladez. 
Miriam -Valdivia, Tollona Vallc, Melodic Ann 
VanDuzcr, Tara Lynn Vanscyoc, Marisela Vega, 
Idalia Velazquez, Idalia Venegas, Sheri M. 
Verschuercn, Nicole Marie Vinci, Timothy K. 
Wadsworth, Robert H. Wallcck Jr., Sheryt Anne 
Walters, Jennifer Rose Webster, Robert M. 
Wclngcr. Sarah Jean Welzen, Donald J. Weyrick lr.. 
Jonnita S.Wiley, Amanda Marie Williams, Charles 
Witz, Mair Wood, Daniel Malhcw Young, Dale 
Michael Zatcwiski, Evan Zatoudck, Guadalupe 
Zcpcda, Margarita Zunlga B., 

Vernon Hills High 
School 

Mark John Abboreno, Adam Ross 
Abraham, Ryan Michael Acoplado, 
Christina Marie Adams, Ethan 
Everett Adams, Jeremy Scott Adelman, Sergey 
Agrcs, Ivone Suarcz Alexandre, Christopher 
Michael Anderson, Suzanne Marie Arends. 
Anthony Alan Ashmorc, Brian Kenneth Backs, 
Michael Brandon Bahnlck, Tiffany Diana Ball, 
Krishna Ranae Barber, Kurds Allan Barclay, 
Michael Trevor Barker, Mark Steven Barney, Scoti 
Tobias Barrett, Derek John Bossett, Snczhana 
Belukov, Mlchucl David Berg, Mllena Leonldovna 
Bergunker, Kevin Seth Berman, Jose Roman 
Bernardo III, Michael Joseph Bold, Ryan 
Christopher Borden, Nicole Salvalrlce Bosco. 
Michael Patrick Bradburn, Kara Jean Brannslrom, 
Adam William Braskich, Zackary Benton Brown. 
Abi Galadima Bulus. 

Keith Ryan BykofT, Luis Antonio Camacho, 
Chanel Marie Champlln, Lavonia Cltandrakumar, 
Edward Jac Chang, Sean Chntterjec, Neil Robert 
Chattiu, Ronald J. ChJu, Emilic Lydic Clark, 
Jennifer Michelle Coco, All Elizabeth Cole, Usa 
Frances Craver, Jonathan William Cwiak, Jason 
Henry Czuj, Ajina L Dabek. Kelsey Elizabeth 
Darden, Alyssa Christine Davis, Jamie Heather 
Davis, Frank Anthony DeFrancesco, Melissa 
Teresa DcLaRosa, Brandon Matthew DeLong, ' 
Anish Dushyant Desai, Nickolay Nlkolacv 
Dctchcv, Dana Ashley Dingman, Dana Ashley 
Dingman, Chrlstoplier Erik Dobroth, Salvador 
Sapio Documeuto Jr., Brandon Lee Doherty, 
Ryan Christopher Donovan, Jennifer Noel Duprc, 
Holly Lynn Eisennan, Erika Lynn Ellis, Ryan 
Andrew Ellis, Dawn Erica Epstein, Ahmed Farid 
Fahmy, DmltriyFefemian, Jessica NIcholc Fergen, 
Sherrie Ann Fernondcs, Ashley Nicole Ferrara, 
Michelle Leslie Fine, Brian Justin Fisch, Adam 
William Fleishman, Aleksandra Andreyevna Fokin,. 
Emilic Rose Froke, Justin Russell Frazicr, Elle 
Suzanne Fricdcnberg, Bryan Chun-him Fung, 
Matthew Hiroshi Furukawa, Andrea Nicole Garcia. 
Christopher Vincent Gercmia. John Gil, Otga 
Gitennan, Olga Jane Goldberg, Kristin Nicole 
Golden, Kevin Michael Gombcrg, Maximiano 
Gomez, Pamela Yadira Gonzalez, Shcrlcuia Icie 
Green. Esther inn Gross, Pamela Susan Gross, 
Kristophcr Scott Gui, Ines Berenice Guticncz, Eric 
Haines, Sarisa Louvcnia Hall, Peter 

Horasimowicz, Christopher Michael Hart, Syed 
Muzammll Hasan, Matthew Richard Haszcl, Erin 
Belli Hawkinson, Leiglia Dianne Hayncs, Keith 
Robert Hccrdegen, Allison Rebecca Helm, Miguel 
Angel Henidndez, Grant Highfill, Alisa Dawn 
Hintz, Dana Beth Homer, Morgan Brittnay Hook. 
Douglas Richard Horn, Jennifer Joanna Hwang, 
Alexander Isakovan, Alison Marie Jones, Ashley 
Louise Jordan, Jacquclyn May Karmas, Lauren 
Alyse Kay, James Vincent Keen, Nolan John 
Kennedy, Michael Paul KJcpuru. Earl Kim, Sun 
HyungKim, Mallory Brooke King. Kristen Marie 
Knczovich. 

Matthew Louis Knopoff, Claire Elizabeth 
Konerol, HannaKong. Jessica Lynn Kottmcycr, 
John Nicholas Kourliouros, Marina Krasner, 
Brian Andrew Kunkel. Timothy Scott Lackle, 
Kristin Nicole Lancaster, Joseph Vincent Longer, 
Bcatriz Lara, John Ray Gomez Las Dulce, Jason 
Raymond Lass, Lyudmila . Lebcdcva, Jennifer 
Conese Lecarbz, Amy Ka'rmen Lee, Matthew 
Michael Lcfllcr, Rebecca Elizabeth Lcnnon, 
Audrey Leskov, Kristin Lee Undberg, Matthew 
Omlros Uvas, Melissa Lauren Lopez, Benjamin 
Kyle Lortle, Sergio Lozano, Joshua Michael 
Luczanich-Klrkpatrick, Sarali Beth Lukasiewicz, 
. Julia Luklchcva, Daniel Haydcn Magcrs, David 
Patrick Maggio, Breit Daniel Moras, Meredith 
Leigh Martin, Ana Cristina Martinez, Jose 
Gonzalo Martinez, Kevin Michael McCarthy, 
Daniel Gordon McDonnell, Nathan Allen 
McKeown, Monlka Brianu McWillie, . Marina 
Medanovlc, Jamie Lee Milarski, Zlatko 
Mllenkovlc, ■ Justin Andrew Mooncy, Joseph- 
Eddy Morales, Vanessa Moreno, Amanda Lynne 



-*:-:■-.:_- .•-.:!■: 



ttaMMflMaOB 



+,-*—!,, 






•du 



MOBV -" 



■fcff* 




28 

Moss, Edward Miles Motley, Ian Jacob Mowers, 
David DJ Moy, Kimberly Louise Mueller, Ryan * 
tames Mulvuncy, StncyKoscMustnri, Stephanie 
Ann Musiari, Bonnie Lynn Nagel, Heidi Marie 
Nelland, Christina Phuong My Nguyen, Michael 
Douglas Nichols, Dorota Nicmczewska, James 
Chlkara Nihel, Justin Jeong Nihcl, Matthew 
Robert Nolan, Steven David Nymnn. Erick 
Christopher Otech, Kalhryn Allison Padula, 
Krzysztof Jan Padyasek, .Brittany Anne Palm, 
Kimmnric Ellse Pnlainri. Parth Rohlt Parikh, Mln 
JlPark, ChiragN.Patel. Shallec Paid, Jason W 
Paulausky. Mark Thomas Paulson, tan Jeffrey 
PeckJer, Francisco Javier Perez, Jacob Eric 
Peterson, I lolly Anne Pcttersen. 

Scott Robert Piecuch, Belli Marie Phirinski, 
Scott Eliot Pollack, Stephanie llcnce Poska, 
Stephanie Lauren Price, Lisa Suzanne Ralph, Jolin 
Tliomas Rams, Kevin Robert Rhcdin, Scott Edward 
Riddle. Alex F. RIafrio, Karla Michelle •Rivera, 
Danny Michael Roark Jr.. Griselda Rojas, Nicolas 
Emmanuel Ron, Dominique Beryl Rosemond, 
K'aitlin Megan Rosenstiel, Lindsay Rachnel Rothman. 
Adam John Rouse, Krystal Joy Rowland. Lucas 
Gabriel Rugen. lames Jayson Running, Kimberly 
Erin Rymer. Anne Michelle Sachs, Justin Herbert 
Sanchack, Timothy James SchiappacasseV 

Elizabeth Anne Schock, Jigar Y, Shah, Rachel 
Gabriella Shalev, Joshua James Shaw, Joseph James 
Shcehan, Cole Preston Sheldon, Hunter Mobray 
Sheldon, Michael Andrew Shcrling, Aksana M. 
Sherman, Tracy Nicole Siegel, Jacqueline Ashley 
Silvestri, Spencer Charles Slndcnuann, GeolTrcy 
Edward Smeltzer, Michael Rnice Smith, Danon 
Beverly Sonnenbcrg, Rebecca Helen Speltz, Anna 
Stanchinskaya, Kyle Vincent Steiner, Andrew 
Rohner Stone, Konny MeenJung Suh, Drechan 
Noreen Sullivan, Yesl ta Gunvant Sutaria, Richard 
Matthew Temkin, Larrcel LamalnoTonnort, Paul 
Robert Thomas. Kalheriue Christine Thome, 
Hrendiui James Tliommes, Tnicey Eta Thompson, 
Matthew Jeffrey Tiojanco. Thomas Robert Trausch. 
Vadlm Tulman. Lemuel Oliver Lini Ty, Ashley 
Nicole Vail. MclissaMaryVanDygrilT, Erin Elizabeth 
Wagner, Kalhryn Grace Walus, AmyWmig, Kristen 
Nicole Weber, KalrinaChrislin Wciler, Patrick Senn 
Wells, Uenjamin Robert White, Paul Sylvester 
Wiecek, Brandon Robert Yule, Anna Zavarotnaya, 
Adriana D Zgirdea, Chowshe Xlaoxi Zhang. 
Alexander Ziskine, 

Warren Township 
High School 

King Jinimil Mark C. Abarquez, 
lessica Alvarado *. Patrick Newman 
Abbott <, Steven Kahaluakca 
Ancahas. Rashad N. Abunimeh, 
•Misha M. Anderson, Jennifer M. Achs *<. Drew 
Morgan Anderson, Danielle Marie Ackerman, 
Kevin Lee Anderson, Lauren Noel Adams, Ryan 
Christopher Anderson A , Modupe Adejoke, . 
Olurumnilayo Adckoya <, tames George 
Anririanakis, Kyle Robert Adenau, Eric Steven 
Anthony, Michael Thomas Agos, Robert Antuucz, 
Anthony Aguirre, -Janice Aponle, Gaudencia 
Aguirre, Miriam Argueta, Michael B, Akers, Megan 
Anubruster, Nicole Marie Akins, Ryan Michael 
Annitage, Ashley Alden, Richard Andrew Armour, 
Elizabeth Alexander, Cody James Ash, Kelley Jean 
Alexander, David E. Ashby II, Aglme Alloski, Anna 
Marie Astabraghpour, 1 leather Susan Allard lessica 
L Allen. Tammy Marie Alhanas. Dennis Daniel 
Alvarado. lennifer Lynn Athanas, Marc C. AuGuste. 
Elizabeth Alvarado ", tames Perry Baggett. 
Alexander Florencio Baheua, Christie Ann 
Riggerstaff. Obaid M. Baig, Elizabeth Therese 
..-Ringcrt <. Delvin Marcus Hailcy, Brittany A. 
Blackfiold, Caitlin Gabrielle Bains, Andrea Bledsoe, 
Gr.izcl Arcilla Balingil, Robert Blocker 111. Katharine 
M. Baltinger, lennifer A. Bloomer. 

Ver William Baluyot, Jocelyn M. Bocchino, 
Patrick . Barlow, Douglas J. Bock Jr., LaToya Latrice 
Barnes, Michael Body, Jenna Barrientos, Sara 
Bokan, Kristin A. Bauer, Michelle Anna Bokor, 
Brent Baumgardner, Ashley DeVaun Bonds, Jamie 
Nichole Beake, Allison Elizabeth Booker, Michelle 
Amber Becker, Amanda Jean Borchardt, Melissa 
Beh'm, Lynnetto Marie Borges. lesslcu Lynn 
Belerschmltt; Christopher Richard Bostrom. 
Shannon Elizabeth Bell, Kevin Joseph Bott, Ashley 
Alexander Bennett, Albert Randall Bunleon 
Bourgeois, Niilo Angelo D. Berango, Thomas 
Wesley Bunleon Bourgeois, Aleksandra 
Bershadskaya, loan Vicenete Braceru, Maureen 
Elizabeth Beske, lacquelyn Cabada Branscomb, 
Waqos Ahmad Bhatti, Eric losef Bratlin, Timothy 
George Bigelow, Brooke Anne Brenner, Ashley 
Elizabeth Brooks, Marcus Carroll, Denlsha Tamara 
Brown, Morgan A. Carroll, lames Henry Brown. 
Ryan D. Carter, Jamey Elizabeth Brown, Robert C. 
Casclli, Jennifer Danielle Brown. Crystal Dawn 
Casey, Vicki Kay Brown. Ariel P. Caspeta, Joy 
Kristinti Brubaker, Anthony Cass. Samuel Louis 
Bruketta, lesse It. Cass. Michael A. Buehlmau, 
Dianna Castillo, Bryant De 'Marcus Bufbrd, 
Stephanie A. Cave. Jonathan Robert Burkhart, 
Nicholas Andrew Cecola, Junius Matthew Burr, 
Danielle Marie Chagdes, Jaclyn Sue Burris <, Teri 
Lee Chan; Joey Butler, Violet Cluing, Danielle Byrd, 
liithy Chea, Enrique Camacho III, Neethu Grace 
Cherian. Richard Capoccioni, Justin John li. 
Chiang. Rebecca Mary Cttrleii, Heather Ashley 
Christy, Matthew James Carlisle, Julie Cimaglio, 
Brian Christopher Carlisle, Silviu Ciobanu, Adam 
Carlson, Christopher J. Cipolletti, Jerry Carranza, 
Lucie Anne Cipriano, Elizabeth Donna Carrison, 
Erica Marie Clskowski <, Elisha L Clark. Tan'iya 
Culliun, Jacqueline' Jean Clement, Amy 
Czemlewski, Angel Clemons. 

Russell L Dalbke, Michael R. Cllne. Keily Bailey 
Dallon. Ktystal Faith Clymer, Luke A. DaMore. 
Megan Richeile Cole. Nicholas T. Daro, Corinne 
Jasmine Collins, Gregory Davis, Asha Cathrine 
Conta. Jody Allan Davis, Maria 1. Contreras. John 
Edward Davis, Daniel Nolan Cook, Richard De 
.Guzman, Katherine Nicole Burns Cook. Robert 
Edward Deason Jr., Emily E. Corlew. Chaslty D. 



Dcaton, Andrew Costa, Allison Ann Deller, Samuel 
Patrick Cotner, Shcllie N. Detabrc, Melissa C. 
Couillard, Mllcntljc Dclfc, Meghan Reync Coy, 
Fernanda G. DcLlma, Stacl Lynn Cramer, George 
Daniel DcLuca, Alisyn Rae Crawford, Anthony N. 
Dcmpskl, Heather Marie Cronk, Cindy M. 
Dcmpskl, Andrew Crowe, Ashley Danielle Dennis, 
Brandon Paul Crowley, Heather M. Dcpauw, 
Brittany Marie Crowley, Justlna Marie Der 
Kalousttan, Jolan Krlstlna Csukas, Dana Lee 
Desonncy, Ivana Dimitrievska, Melissa Ann Elliott, 
Derek A. Dinardl, Jaclyn Suzanne Emcrick, Cristine 
Faith F. Diokno <, Kenneth Brian Engbcrg Jr., John 
Edward Dlzon ", David Erb, Alex J. Dmytreriko, Amy 
Julia Essenprels, Ryan P. Dolence, Daniel J. Ester, 
Kathcrinc M. Donofrio, William Victor Evans, Kelly 
Lynn Donovan, Crawford Joe Houstin Evans Jr., 
Jennifer Ellyn Dordick, Nadid M. Eytalis, Joseph 
Martin Duran Dorcza, Jay Kelly Fain Jr., Timothy 
Dorl, Wesley W. Fallos, Jenna Dormagcn, Trevor 
Knutc Fassbindcr, Ashli N. Dousmanls, Scema 
Fatlma, Jorge Duarte, Marcus Favorite, Jenna Lee 
Durbin, Jessica Marie Fernandez, Damon Michael 
Dzlckan, Timothy Tony Fetretti, Braden K. Eagar 
A <, Karen Yanlra Figueroa, Brian A, Early <, 
Michelle M. Fisher, Russell Egan, Steven Lee Fisher, 
Ashley Eggleston, Jessica R. Fletcher •+<, William 
Allen Ehrcdt, Jennifer Leeann Nicole Foster, 
Meagan Elteabcth Ehrett, Shante Tyrcnc Franklin, 
Brandon Michael Elliott, Elizabeth Dawn Fritz, 
Rebecca Ann Fritzshall, Ashley Michelle Goldstein, 
Daniel Robert Frocse, Crystal Arcadia Gonzalez, 
Randy Amanda Fuglestad, Edna Sarahl Gonzalez, 
William Hill Fulton, Frank Gonzalez Jr., Brandon 
Michael Cans, Alcjandra Gonzalez, Felisha A. 
Gapinski, Patrick Keith Goodale, Tanya M. 
Gapinski, Jan Michael S, Gorospe, Michelle M. 
Garcia, Aillcen Rose Gorospe, Sixto D. Garza, 
Daniel Thurston Grant, Scott P. Gayes, Joshua Paul 
Gabriel Grashcn, Matthew David Geer, Vondell 
DeShaun Gray, Megan N. Gcertz, Jacqueline 
Danielle Greenlee, Jenna Lynn Gesky, Gurpreet 
Grcwal, Christine Gioia, Eric Carl Griess, Elicia R. 
Gipson, Jaclyn Shar-Dey Griggs, Melissa Globergcr, 
Meglian Nicole Gross, Hugo Gloria, Nichole Marie 
Grover, Mlllca Glumac, Aqccl F. Gunja, Allna 
Igorivna Glyvko. 

Alysa Marie Gustofson, Olga Glyvko, Kristen 
Leigh Gusiafson, Michael Alan Goldberg, 
Shecnaflor Guzman, Brian D. Goldsbcrry, Scott 
Hacker, Jeff Scott Goldsclien, Traver P. Hager, 
Shawn E. Maggie, Brittany M. Hernandez, Samia P. 
Asem Ilallak, Jessica Marie Hester, Ashina Miki 
Holly Hamilton, Daniel Garrett Hlckey, Katherine 
A. Hamilton, Nathan Paul Hiett, Julia Marie 
Itampsan, Chris Hllbert, Daniel D. Hon, David 
Matthew Hillstrom, Courtney Beth Hancock, 
Melissa Hinojosa, Esther Elizabeth Handyslde, ' 
Dallas James lloag, Ninos Hanna, Gina Hodnik, 
Stacy Hanna, Mallorie Ann Holler, David J. Hansen, ,. 
Veronica Frances Holley, Douglas William Hansen, 
Sarah Jane Holms, Kelley Hansen, Matthew 
Hooczko, Julia Katri Harris, Amber Hooven, 
Matthew Donald Harrison *, Ann Elizabeth 
Hopman, Megan Leigh Harrold, Krystle Rose 
Hosellon, Scan Michael Hatch, Chaten S. Howard, 
Megan Beth Hays , Eric Weston Howell, Matthew 
Tliomas Heinz , Ryan Daniel Hubert, Shawn M. 
Henby, Ryan Allen iiuiThines, Manuel E. 
llenriquez, Steven John Huisel , Matthew P.I. 
llensel, Stevon Maurice Huley, Colin 
1 lerchenbach, Colleen Marie Humann, Robert D. 
Hundley 111, George K. Kallianis, Alexander James 
I lunter, Farryl D. H. Kama! Jr., Heather Larraine 
Hurt, Annette Kaininski, Mustafa R. Ishaq, Lara 
Karboug •, Cedric Jerome Ivy, Andrew Kardoush, 
Julianne Leigh tackson A , Paul Lynn Karncr, Miguel 
P. Jacob, Bonnie May Karpcl, Ashley C. Jacobsen , 
Valerie Koscn A , Lisa Maria Jarosz, Rcbekali J. Katl +; 
Victoria Jenei, Ryan Kaufmann, Patrick L Jennings, 
Navncet Kaur-Palia, Ross A. Jensen , Mohammad 
Reza Kttzemi, Jason Michael Jerik, Mark Kelley, 
Jennifer Leigh Johnson, Kimberly Kcmpf, Alan M. 
Johnson, Michelle Kepinskl, Bryan JohnsonRcaz 
Khan, Fantasia La'Sha Johnson, Sheharyar Khan, 
Kirsten N. Johnson, Eric Blaine KicfTcr, Allison Elisc 
lones, Aaron Kim, Brian Allen Jones, Sarah J. Kim 
+ A , Wonder Jones, Danielle Denise King, Jessica Lee 
Jozwiak, Dominique Diane King, Arlcnc F. Judali, 
Kevin Klelne, Dana Marie Klcmm, Kevin Lee, 
Timothy W. Knab, Rex C. Lee +, Nicholas John 
Knors, Brian Lcfevre, Christina Rose Kobernat , 
Robert William Lcisses, Stephen Michael 
Kochcnash , Morgan Anne Lemmcr, Jonathan P. 
Kolakowski, Jeffrey Leonard!, Carissa Kooyenga, 
David Ingram Lesser, Kristin Elizabeth Kowalczyk, 
Ryan Patrick Leuer, Daniel Joseph Kring, Autumn 
Star Levaudoski, Lee Matthew Kuebler, Kimberly 
Michelle Levin, Breanne La Greca ", Shani L Levin 
A , Nina La Greca *, David M. Lewis, Megan 
Christina Lackey, Amanda Marie Lewis +, Denise 
M. Larerricre +. Katherine Marie Uddell , Rcynaldo 
De Jesus Lufuente, Joseph Lijovic, Amy Danielle 
Langenberg + A , Daniel Armstrong .Limbert, 
Carolyn Marie Lanui +, Sarah Marie Undskog, 
Daisy Lara, Danielle Bethany Lobcllo A , Jennifer 
Rebecca Lavine, lanet L Lookabaugh, Jeffrey Scoit 
UiwrenceVDella Sophia Lopez, Nenad l.azarcvic, 
Gabriel Angulano Lopez, Viet Q. Le, Melvln Ramon 
Lopez, Kelly Elizabetli, Noe Lopez, Sabrlnn 
Louachai , Whitney Jewell Matthews, Cart D. Luna 
|r., Patrick D. Maxwell, George A. Lynch, Jareshae L 
May, Michael John Mac Galium, Corey Whlison 
Mayberry, Lauren Melissa Magulre, Krlstlna 
Mayberry, Scan Patrick Mahcr, Amy E. Mayberry, 
Adam Robert Majorus, Charity Beth McAdams A 
Chrisler E. Manabat, Mary Katelin McCarthy, 
Britney Shae Manderlno , Kevin Patrick McClory, 
Laurie Beth Manuel, Brendan W. McKeown, 
Reginald T, Monzuno, Alexander M. McLcran, 
Paulchclle Dicstro Maravllla, Caitlin Brigld 
McMahon, Rachel Christen Margelos, tan Ceasar B. 
Mcjos, Lindsay Ann Marinoff, Matthew James 
Mclchiorre. Christopher I. Muroney, Alcjandra 
Metidez. 

Deana Leigh Marriiison, Mansoor Merchant, 
Julia Diane Marsclle, Shaun Merchant, Eric 



Tliomas Martin, Becjay Mergillano, Nell Edward 
Martinez, Amanda Marina J. Meyer, Lauren Eve 
Massong, Jessica Lauren Meyer, Marlsa Anne 
Malela, Michael Sean Meyer, Andres Mateos, Brian 
Paul Michel, Krishna Mathews, Sarah Mllcwskl, 
Arlc Miller, Leslie Danielle Mueller, Brandon 
Thomas Miller, Sarah Marie Mueller, Jon David 
Miller, LaToya Danyail Whyte- Muhammad, 
Joshua Amir Miller, Allison Taylor Muld, Kalhryn 
Miller, Brian I'. Mulholland, Erin Mingcr, James A. 
Mullcr, Stephanie Miranda, Joseph A. Muller, 
Ronald P, Mlslang. Caroline Alice Murphy, Steven 
James Mitchell, Daniel Edward Murphy, Nathan 
Mllnac, Jonalhon Patrick Murphy, Eric C. Mocllcr, 
Ryan Patrick Murphy, Marc Philip Mohr, Dana 
Musllmovlc, Andrew Mojica, Ahsan Mustafa, 
Gabriel Jose Mojica, Anum Mustafa, Heidi Pargad 
Monsalud, Steven Myllymakl, Eugene Moody III, 
Laura Myrcn, Hllllary Danielle Moore, Tim 
Nachbauer, Sherrainc A, Moore, David Raymond 
Nackoncy, Vanessa Morales, Sylvia Helen 
Nagorzanski, Joshua Patrick Moran, Jacob M. 
Narcns, GeoR Morris, Rudy Luehr Navarro , LaTricc 
Morris, Robert Nclwccm , Joseph Moshe, James S. 
Nelson, Michael Andrew Nelson, Nicholas Ekstrom 
Ortbcrg, Andrew John Nemeth , Chaz Michael 
Ortiz, Ron Nicholas, Joahnna Lyzza Osmena, Tara 
M. Nicliols, Christine Marie Ottereon, Jercmiali James 
Nink, airistopher Dylan Ou, Valeric Vichckar Noun, 
Catlierinc Anne Ozark, Andrew Nowinskl Jr., Kyle 
Joseph Ozark, Jocelyn Danielle Nuhez, David A. Page, 
Stephen Nycek, Ellen Patricia Pajokowski , Tliomas 
Michael Nystrom, Matllicw F. Palello, Jullel Ocampo 
', Andrea L Palmer , Glna Bina Ochoa, Edwin John M. 
Pangilinan, Allan O'Connor, Tony Panloja, Kelly A. 
O'Connor , Nadlne Panton, Emilic A. Ohanlan A , 
Melina Papalitsa, Jennifer Elizabetli Okasinskl , Sonya 
Pappachen, Tina Olbrisch, "Esther Park, Allison M. 
Olson, Joshua Thomas Park, Keith Allen Olson, 
Amanda Elisabeth Park A , Chad Olson , John Peter 
Parkinson, Laurel Marie Orcnchak , Samuel Parmar, 
Laura-Joy C Orillo, Kyle Wade Pannelee, Vanessa 
Edith Orozco, Daniel John Pastori, Mlral PateL 

Thomas James Prusila, Emory Ewen Patterson IV, 
Justin Bernard Puentes, Andrea Beth Paugel, 
Chenwol Qiu +, Scott G Paulsboc, Brent Dennis 
Qualcy, TimoUiy Michael Pcnlch *, Allison Qulglcy 
, Blake J. Peters, Jonathan Charles Quint, Jennifer 
Nicole Peters, Laura Marie Rader, Amy Elizabeth 
Peters , Ashley McKena Radman, Brittney Ann 
Peterson, Sheril Raju, Brooke Jordan Peterson, 
Elizabeth Ramirez, Erik Robert Peterson, Jose 
Ramirez, Lindscy Rose-Marie Pctlak, Steven J.' 
Rankin, Anthony Richard Pfohl, Zachery E. Raymcr, 
Phuong Phan, Anthony William Rcdiger +, Alex R. 
Pickering, Amanda Lyn Reeves, Michelle Anne 
Pickett, Valeric Elizabeth Roil, Christina Marie 
Pierro, Angela Kathleen Relschc lp Daniel PIfer , 
Timothy A. Reistetler, Tommara PIrro, Joseph 
Anton Richardt, Sarah Lynn Ploney, Alishla Elaine 
Richmond, Jam! Lynn Pobocan ", Jennifer Rlha, 
Jaime L Pollard , Nathan Charles Rimkus, Matthew 
Britton Pollock , Car ley Jo Rivclli, Joanna Joy Rivera, 
Megan Lynn Ryan , Tricla Rivera % Jason Ryder, 
Jacquelyn Ann Roalfs, Arcelia Salazar, Adrlanc 
Marie Robinson , AshrafTaiser Soldi, Erin Kathleen 
Roche , Erik Joseph Sallls, Anthony Grant 
Rodriguez, Binil Mathew Samuel , Brilt Anne 
Rodriguez, Jennifer Sanchez, Juan M. Rodriguez, 
Kathleen Elcanor-ann Sanders , Russell John 
Rogers, Keegan Thoni Sands, Christopher Joseph 
Rome, Brittany Diane Sanncs, Gonzalo Indoleclo 
Romero, Amanda J. Saraf +, Claire Marie Rommel, 
Nicolas David V. Sarmiento, Joshua Henry 
Rosenberg, Matthew D. Sawin , Marcy Sara 
Rosenberg. Chad Schacfer, Michael A. Rosendalil 
Jr., Derek Schacfer, Heather Renec Rosin, Edward 
Schacfer, Rebecca Rosin, Thomas L. Schacfer, 
Robert Edgettc Rossi, Stacy Mae Schara, Brian 
David Rouse, Tracy Lee Schlndeldeckcr,- Francis 
Carlo C. Roxas, Taylor Elaine Schlung, Cinlhya 
Ruiz, Alexander F. Schmidt, Mikhail Aaron A. Ruiz, 
John Michael Schmidt, Aimed Frances Rutkowski, 
Kara Dawn Schmidt , Benjamin C. Schnabcl, 
Amrindcr Singh , Nathan D. Schramm, Gurpreet 
Slngh-Palla, Kristin Marie Schwab, Wesley Garrett 
Sinor, Alexandra J. Scott , Quintin Lance Slsson, 
Robert Daryl Scay, Stephen A. Slack, Nicole Adriana 
Seda, Adam R. Slater, Justin Soger, Deidra Nicole 
Smalley, KerianncSekany 1 )-, Christina Smltli, Heidi •■ 
Elizabeth Scligman, Tyler Cole Smith, William 
Deon Sexton, Lyndslc Lynee Snced , Bradley James 
Shaffer, Elizabeth Christine Snell, David N. Shaffer, 
Dont6 Marquis Snow, Amy Shall, Kurt D. Snyder, 
Kyle Vaughn Shamorian, Anthony Gabriel Soltcro, 
Mary Lorraine Shearer , Ronak Dllipbhal Soni, 
Justin Shelby, Christopher Raymond Sparks, Aaron 
' J. Sheldon, Holly C. Spencer, John Molr Shumate 
IV, Ryan Michael Spengter, David Ivan Menchavez 
Slap, Adam Daniel Spoolstra , Anile Roberta 
Siegfried +, Jamie Constance Spravach, Alicia M. 
Simmcl, Stephanie JoAnnc Srcjma, Joshua Paul 
Simmet, Mian I. Stefanov, Marlsa Noel Simpson, 
Samuel E. Stelsel, Cassandra Lee Stickler, Vince 
Theodore, Manda M. Stilson , Brett EricTheusch , 
Nathan E. Stoiber, Brian M. Thoma, William 
Wallace Stover, Charles Albert Tliomas, Amanda R, 
Strang, Rlya Ann Thomas, Christopher W. Street, 
Ebony Tliompson *, Christine M. Stroelzel , Jacob 
C. Thompson , Timothy R. Stubenvoll *, Amy Ann 
Thurber , Renee Nicole Suda, Debora Nenta 
Tienou, Kimberly M. Sula +, Talla Bina Tiram , 
Casey John Svendscn, Christian Dion Tolbert, 
Carolyn Clare Sweet, Alicia Tomel, Michelle 
Christine Sykora, Tanya Brooke Tomel, Lauren 
Beckett Szcwczyk, John Edward Tomlanovich, 
Joseph Alan Szosiak, Blonca Rubl Tonchc, Maria 
Marlith Taboada, Allen Reed Townscnd-Wells, 
RyanTackelt, Matthew J. Trawczynskl, Dominique 
Nicole -Taylor, Ryan Christopher. Trcibcr, Erin 
Marie Taylor, Daniel Alan Trelber, Preston 
Matthew Taylor, Courtney Trytck, Nicole Ann 
Terlap, Megan Ann Twadell , Mark ErwinTesiorna, 
Bryan Walter Tylkowskl, Jeffrey Brooks Thelsslng, 
Joan Marie Varilek; Bctsalda Velasco, Elizabeth 
Lynn .Wcsscl , Martha Cecilia Velazquez, Danielle 
Marie Whulley, Lauren Elizabeth Ventresca, 




Student Leaders 2003 

Christopher M. Wheeler, Kristen Cathlcen Vetter, 
Jeffrey Christopher Wlogcrs, Kelly Marie Vice +, 
Trade Lee Williams; Luke Vlstain, Nicolas Robert 
Wilson, Trade Marie Vltalc, Aaron M. Wtaslow, 
Staccy L Vlvlrlto, Steven R. Wlsowaty, Matdicw D. 
Wagner, Devon-Drew Dean Wlttlg.' Bobbl Jo Wohlc, 
Erica Dawn Wolfe, Jllllan Brie Walker , Ryan Jason 
Wolfe, Jason Tliomas Walsh, Chance Wollbrinck, 
Christopher Warren, Eric K. Woods, airistopher Eric 
Warrens, Christine Alison Worth , Cherclle Lyn 
Washington, Subrina Scmone Wriglit, Kelly Marie 
Weakley, Tyler J. Wurtz, Reggie Weece , airistopher A. 
Yates, Robert Wcichmann, Tonlelle Ashlee Young, 
Amanda Ann Wcidner , Rebecca J. Yu, Mark Robert 
Weir, Kalhryn Diane Zechlcl +, Shannon Nicole Wells 
*, John Arthur Zenncr, Robert J. Wermellng, Sarali Yue 
Zhong, Amelia Lynn Wessel , WaltcrZiebell , Kimberly t 
Ann ZJcgclc, Michael Zwlencr, 

Wauconda High School 

Pamela Anne Adams, Erica A. AJbarran, Amell 
Iveite Arroyo, Matthew J, Baker, Cora Leigh Barth, 
Ashly Meredith Becker, Steven D, 
Bedell, Denise Jessica Belline, John 
Eric Bender, Natalie J. Blbcau, Sara 
Nicole Billings, Bnttncy Mario 
Bingham, 'Nicole Ann BiskupskJ, 
Donald J, Bitters III, Rachel E, Blau, 
Mark Michael Blozincic, Cory James 
Block, Michael Bodi, Lisa A. Born, Robert Daniel 
Bowers, Amber M, Brishkc, Amy Nicole Brown, 
Joseph R. Brown, Suzzane J, Brown, Allison Elyse 
Budden, Dcnnlse Yusuky Bustos, Christina 
Cabrera, Amy Rose Calendo, 'Shane J. Cameron, 
Jessica L Capek. Scan Buckley Carlson, Susana 
CarriUo, Eduardo M, Casas, Jr.,. +*Lindsey Ann 
Cash, Kevin William Cassel, Jeremy Joseph 
Catalano, Claudia Cervantes, Joel Chavarria, Jessica 
Dawn. Cheesman, Duslin John Christensen, 
Marcus Anthony Cicero, Margaret K Cldiowlas, 
Jason Andrew Clark, Natalie Lynn Cobb, Joseph E,. 
Cook, Lindsey Ann Coots, Jessica Leigh Cordcll, 
Brcnda Cornier, Sarah Elizabeth Coughlln, 
Matthew. L 'Crocker, Anna Marie Csepp, Brian A. 
Custer, Dana Phillip Czach, Nicole L Dadian, Sara 
J. Daly, Kenneth Gregory Danlelson, Michael J. 
DaVolle, Jessica De La Luz, Jonathon S. Denccke, 
Deanna Marie Denofrio, Ryan Francis Desort, 
Alexander E. Donavdn,Amy Elizabeth Dopita, 
Joshua Z. Dorsey, Meagan M. Duffy, + Carlene N. 
Eck, Blake R. Edwards, Veronica Mary Eklund, 
*Jenny Lynn Eli. . 

Adam C. Engers, Joshua T. Eslcr, Jose Luis 
Estrada, 'Edgar Armando Fernandez, Adam L 
Findley, Nick W. Fitzanko, Robert Flores Jr., 
Michelle Marie Francke, Aubrey Leigh Gedd is,' 
Stephanie Mary Gertz, Anthony Golinskl, Katie 
Marie Gossell, "Joseph A. Gottardo, Erin M. Green, 
Emmylou Grimm, Christina M. Guordynk, Adam S. 
Guzy, "Michael Lewis Hadady, Brandon Michael 
Haerle, "Naomi Grace Hansen, Reed. R Hapke, 
Amber Dawn Hayes, Christopher M. ■Heinz, 
•Steven A. Hernandez, 'Katie Jane Hincs, Natalie 
Marie Howard, Chad Michael Inglat, Kimberly Jo 
Iverson, Michael D. Jablonski, Melissa Ann Jackson, 
Jake Dennison Jahnkc, Amarjcct S. Jafra, Erik 
Robert Jannusch, Eric Jaramillo, Amy Lyn Jones, 
Ashley M. Jones, Michael Brandon Jones, Linda M. 
Kaban, Ahren Janek Kasula, Matthew R. Kcable, 
Shawn M. Kerin, Joanna Sue Kersten, Daniel J. 
Klmlinger, Eric John Knee, Glenn Adam Sistak 
Kolze, Jacek Dariusz Kopacz, Tennessa Rose Kopis, 
"Jennifer Lyon Kordos, Chad M, Korotka, Marcus 
Kroepn, Krlstlna M. Krucck, Sara L Krueger, Nicole 
Andrea Krull, Sara Lynn LaPoint, Joke M. Larson, 
"Paul D. Lenzcn, "Mcllnda Rae Leo, Andrea Nicole 
Leonard, Rachel M. LeTourneau, Daisy Lopez, 
."Jeffrey Daniel Lundgren, Jr., Jennifer Lee Lundin, 
Justin D. Malczynski, 'Kimberly Rochellc Malek, 
Melissa Lee Moloney, Ruby K. Mangat, David 
Edward Markko, Jonathon Thomas Martinucci, 
•Elizabeth Jean Mate, David James McCarthy, 
Timothy Glen Mccks, Michael A. Mejdrich, Angela 
L Meredith, Andrew S. Mikolejczewski, Lindsay - 
Brianne Miller, "Jennifer Lynn Milosch Tliomas 
James Mislretto, Julie Ann Mitchell, Stuart Jeffrey 
Mitchell, Alejandro Muro, 'Thomas Eugene 
Nagawieckl, Tyler William Newton, Kenneth 
Tliomas Nltz, Jonathon P. Nothnagel, Gcrordo E. 
Ocampo, Pedro Ochoa. James R. Opsal, Franco 
Ortiz, Sara Kathleen Peralta. Maria Elena Perez, 
Philip John Popovich, Kara Marie Purcell, Nicole 
Lynn Quintan, Adam Randall-Swan, + Amada D. 
Raymond, Patrick Robert Ribar, Michael J. Rigonl, 
Mireya Y. Rivera, Fernanda Robles, Joshua Nicholas 
Rolide, Molly Marie Romano, Kristi L Rothenncl, 
Freddy Ruiz, Brianne Sue Salato, Kelly A. Sarcia, 
Ryan Lee Sauccdo, Anthony G. Saucr, David Keith 
Schiir, Jennifer M. Schmidt, "Brian J. Schoo, Emily 
E, Schramcl, Nicholas A. Schraml, ;+Davld Joseph 
Schwarz, Tristan Franz Schworz, MatUiew Steven 
Sczcch, Michael Richard Scstcrhcnn, 'Savannah B„ 
Sherrlll, Dalblr Singh, Harmit Singh, Staccy 
Michelle Sllz, Luke A. Sloan, Joseph M. Smith, Kelly 
Jessica Smith, Samantha Michelle Spade, 
Christopher Michael Speclale, Jane Ann Stewart, 
Robert Ryan ..Stojak, Lauren Lola-;Ramona 
Stuckmann, +*Alex J. Svec, +'Andrcw N. Svec, 
Amanda Kathryn Swltzcr, Justin B, Synowlec, David 
Szmyd, Duslin Michael Takla, Bryan L Tamowske, 
Genevieve Evelyn Thomas, Elizabeth Marie Tienda, 
Alicia Marie Toledo, Anthony William Toledo, Brett 
Everett Trcttln, Jesus Andres Trevlno, Michael E 
Tuegcl, David D. -Tummtllo, Jeanne tteMarie 
VanKanegan, Janile Marie Van Rlet, Ashley M. Van 
Sickle, Luis Vargas, Victor J. Vasquez, Glorelia 
Velazquez^ Jose Merced Velazquez, Daniel James 
Vogel, Nicholas M. Vombrack, "Breanpa Lynn 
Waugli,- •• Brooke Nicole Bending Webb, ty Gilbert 
Weidner, Jessica Ann Wheaton, Donald R.WIiile, 
Tiffany Marie White, Margaret Ann Williamson, 
Meagan 'Marie Wilson, Colleen M, Wttte, "Kara 
Beth Witte, Justin James Wojtysiak, Maclcj 
Woznlak, Alan Cy Young, t'Jehna Beth Youngs, + 
Sara Kay Youngs, "Joshua j. ;Zarate, Kelly Elizabeth 
Zipprlch, Megan Alyssa Zullek 



I 



% 



:i 









■ 



■ 



Student Leaders 2003 



29 



FROM PAGE 3 



LEGAL EAGLES 






bands will cany on where he leaves off 
with ihc Annual Rock for Cancer Show. 
Vanderwall expects to bring in over $1,000 
as a broader range audience has been 
invited to attend. 

"It started last year," he said. "The 
honor society -had been raising a lot of 
money for cancer research. We were 
offered a couple of 'standard' things to do 
for fund raisers, or we were told we could , 
come up with our own ideas, This is what 
we did." 

Kemp became involved in both the 
Freshman Advisory Panel and as a peer 
mentor through participation in a pro- 
gram her freshman and sophomore years 
that essentially trained her lo step up for 
the underclassmen in her junior and 
senior years. 

"Peer mentors help to counsel other 
students with issues or problems that they 
have dealt with In their lives," she said; "It 
doesn't come up too often, but I enjoy 
helping when l,can." 

Kemp explained the Freshmen 
Advisory Panel-is busy for six weeks in the 
middle of first quarter. 

"This is something 1 did just as a . 
senior," she said. "You break off into small 
groups and teach freshmen study halls for 
that period, You teach about peer pres- 
sure and how to deal with it." 

Vanderwall said his involvement with 
baseball has been among the most fulfill- 
ing aspects of high school, while Kemp said 
she treasures her time as reporter for J1LG. 

:'I got to meet so many people who I 



would not have had the chance to if it 
weren't for being a reporter," said Kemp. 
"It's been incredible." 

Kemp and Vanderwall share the same 
impression of what has most changed in 
their lives from the beginning of high 
school until now. 

Vanderwall said, "The last four years 
have flown by. The biggest change I've 
seen in myself is that I'm more responsi- 
ble now and more dedicated to my work." 

Kemp concurred, "Becoming more 
responsible is the biggest change I've 
made. I've always done the things Inced- 
ed to do, but now I do them with more 
enthusiasm."' 

They see their successes as being 
attributable to being well rounded, even if 
that isn't always immediately apparent. 

"People tend to see one little outlet of 
your personality and think 'that's It,'" said 
Kemp. "There is so much more to it, 
though." 

Vanderwall advised it's important for 
students of all ages to be true to them- 
selves. 

"Don't worry about what anyone says," 
he said. "By the time you're an upper- 
classman, everyone accepts you for who 
you arc. I'm hardworking, but I do take 
time to do some things for myself and 
have fun." 

In closing, Kemp offered one final bit 
of advice for younger students. "Listen to 
the adults in your life. They really do 
know the right thing to do and do have 
your best interest," she said. 



FROM PAGE 13 



TIMONY 



FROM PAGE 11 



GIRL POWER 

jtil: 
. JliVlv 

Pay." It is the school's 'version of a Sadie 
Hawkins Dance, with girls inviting boys. 

Bisevac was crowned prom queen on May 
3. 

The girls acknowledge the yin and yang of 
their personalities as an important pan of the 
mix. 

Binder, more the "type A" of the two, is 
highly organized, with "Binder's binder," a 
notebook filled with organizational notes, 
keeping her — and her peers — on track. 

Bisevac, more of a laid-back "type B" per- 
sonality, is most effective as a communicator, 
Who can, apparently, charm people into 
doing more than they expected. 

Bisevac is usually the one who is casual 
about time, while Binder is the punctual one. 




• 




"High 


r 






| : Dlstr 


1 


'. ,'" **" : V : \ 










t 

'I 


3| •*'«** Haw 

ia rants' 






■ 


t 


h*, 7« -''iTS* 


t 


f 




; 






- ^N^_ 








•n ■■ - 


\ 

1 

J 




f,. 


J 


• « ■• . 






■- - I 




- 



Binder 



Bisevac 

One morning, things were a little different, 
however. 

"I got to the student council meeting 
before Shannon," Bisevac recalled. "She was 
not there, and we didn't know what to do. We 
were waiting forher to take attendance." 

Although Bisevac noted, "I suppose we 
could have passed a sheet around," It was* 
apparent the group trusted Binder to keep 
things in order. 

Binder and. Bisevac embrace their differ- 
ences as they support and encourage each 
other. 

"It's not competitive with Shannon," said 
Bisevac. "1 might think of something and 
she'll elaborate. She says something and I add 
toil." 

Although the two must prepare, for the 
inevitable separation as they move on to col- 
lege, both know they will be lifelong friends. 

More important, they are leaving some- 
thing of themselves behind. 

"I stress to.the.kids that they will have per- 
sonal achievements, but; what I think they 
want to do is leave behind a legacy," said 
. Chierico. "That is what Shannon and Adrijana 
have done. They have set new standards." 



without her. She's been in remission 
for four years now." 

Through his family's involvement 
at St. Joseph's Church in Libertyville, 
Timony did some required public ser- 
vice at an area PADS shelter. When it 
was no longej required, he and his 
mother worked some shifts at the shel- 
ter together. 

"Now I go with my girlfriend and 
we help ovit once every few months," 
he said. 

Timony credits LHS soccer coach 
Scotl Schinto's hard workouts for 
teaching him how to inspire others. 
"We ran all these hills, up and down 
and back up, in lap form, at the Old 
School Forest Preserve, 

"Coach Schinto just had a way of 
motivating us to do those things; he'd 
use stories and quotations from peo- 
ple. Some (players) didn't care and 
may have thought it was bogus, but he 
sort of got to me, and got me to do my 
best and never settle for anything else." 

Student government was another 
challenge for Timony. After his fresh- 
man year, he ran for student council 
representative, for the sophomore class 
and won. 

The slender kid with blue eyes, 
blond" hair and a winning smile was starting 
to reach his stride as a leader. 

Guidance counselor Janet Webber said 
Timony, since his sophomore year, "has blos- 
somed as a leader. I remember him back then, 
as a sophomore," she said, "and I would char- 
acterize him as quiet, a nice guy." 

"He's not quiet now, and I would say that 
during his junior year, he developed into this 
leader. He would go above and beyond to get 
others to get on board, like with the food drive, 
and they'd have fun doing it." 

His junior year, the student body raised 
56,000 items of food, a state record. This 
school year, LHS boxed up over 74,000 items in 
front of the school, before trucks arrived to 
rush them to area food pantries. It was LHS' 




ft "W%& 

i.'*ii*8 ra 




IK 



: ■ 



'dirty 



Timony 



second state record in a row. 

Webber doesn't think Timony has identi- 
fied himself with one particular group of LHS 
students. "Being approachable is absolutely 
one of Kevin's strengths. He's not part of any 
clique; he relates well to all students." 

"Kevin has a sense of humor and is so per- 
sonable. He's dynamic and he's really charm- 
ing. He's one of the wonderful, outstanding 
students who have truly made a difference 
here at the high school," she added. 

Timony's love of a diverse group of people 
led him to accept an opening next fall at 
Loyola University in Chicago. "The main rea- 
son is because It's in the city and ever since I 
was little (until the fifth grade, the Timonys 
lived in New jersey) we'd go into New York 
City." 



SWEENEY 



gram at the University of Illinois, once again 
teaming up with LHS grad, Saju Varghesc, 
who is just finishing his freshman year in 
Champaign. 

Sweeney has also interned for former 
State Reps. Andrea Moore and Suzanne 
Simpson, during her sophomore and junior 
years, respectively. 

"I really learned about what actually goes 
on in government, how things arc worked 
out and the whole legislative process," said 
Sweeney. Although she will be in prc-law, 
she-does not think that public service is for 
her. 

Calling herself "definitely a conservative," 
Sweeney said she'd like to be involved with 
politics in an indirect way because it's very 
interesting, "but I don't want to:be a politi- 
cian. There are too many people grabbing 
you, wanting your time." 

Sweeney likes movies about presidents, 
such as the popular 1995 Rob Reiner film, 
"American President," noting that all the good 
movies have Democratic presidents because 
they're the only interesting {party affiliation) 
to watch." 

Model UN, AP scholastic studies, soccer, 
two LHS choirs, tutoring, teaching CCD reli- 
gious education at St. Joseph's Church in 
Libertyville* and a cat named Rex, are a lot to 
have on one's plate. 

But for Sweeney, being involved In all the 
activities and being a leader is a role "1 just fell 
into." And it wasn't something 'her parents, 
Mark and Sonja Sweeney "pushed me into," 
she added. 

And for that matter, leadership within her 
family is yet another role, a sibling role with 
brother Daniel, 16, a sophomore at LHS. 

"Kristeh is definitely hot a follower," said 
the younger Sweeney. "She does her own 
thing and takes charge. She's a big talker and 
she debates everything. I think her strength is 
that she really convinces people (on a certain 
course of action, or point of view)." 

And, it doesn't hurl, either, that Sweeney 
has taught her younger brother some survival 
tactics in the halls of LHS. , > 

"She taught me not to be treated poorly 
by people and to, stand up for myself, 
because she docs that. She doesn't take 
anything from anyone that she doesn't 
deserve. It has definitely helped me 




Sweeney 



defend myself." 

Janet Webber, an LHS guidance counselor 
for over 20 years, said one special impression 
she has of Sweeney, besides being a "take- 
charge person" and "always looking forwhat 
needs to be done," is that the precocious teen- 
ager "always challenges herself academical- 
ly." 

"She never seems to look for the easy way 
out; it's quite the opposite., She's looking at 
how to improve her background to he a suc- 
cess In college and. in life. She has a strong 
desire to team; she's not grade-mongering at 
all." 



wmma^mttcmM* 






30 



Student Leaders 2003 



FROM PAGE 19 









..| 



. 



W 



111 

sils 



MARRUFO 



school and the community, nnd now 1 want to 
shown in my country." 

She added she would like to have a career 
in legal services and maybe even become a 
lawyer. "I want to be able to give back to the 
community," said Marmfo. 

The future member of the few, 
the proud, the Marines, has a 
unique outlook on life and some 
advice for younger students. 

"A lot of people don't take life 
with the beauty that is in it. I think 
people need to appreciate it more 
and not be so stressful. They need 
to be creative and outgoing 
because it's going to help them put 
in the long run. It's all about being 
happy, and ir you are happy you 
are successful." 

Resides crediting her parents 
with having a positive influence on 
her life, Marrufo also said teachers 
Mr. Harry Gurvey, Mr. Kenneth 
i'ilas, Mr. Ron Sapochak, and 
school social worker Kathy Myers 
are people who have, encouraged 
her to be the best she can be. 

Marrufo also has a lot of respect 
for Mrs. Debbie Lampi, the mother 
of former Hound Lake High School 
star athlete Mike Lampi, who died 
alter suffering injuries in a high 
school football game. 

"Mrs. Lampi has been there 
for us through a lot of stuff. She 
is like a second mother to me. 
She has given so much back to 
the schools, and she has even 
donated money for us," said 
Marrufo. 

"1 think that is why kids here 
are so well-rounded. We are so 
diverse-flud deal with a lot of pres- 
sure. And now with Mike Lampi, 
wc have dealt with death and are 
learning to deal with obstacles 
that we will face in the future," 
said Marrufo, as tears streamed 
clown her lace. 

Mrs. Ltnipi was contacted for a 



few comments on Marrufo. 

"Janet loves life and is extremely person- 
able. She is definitely a person who is going 
places. I can see her as a mayor of a town, or 
whatever she sets her mind to be." 



T 



JT 



\?" 



*® ® cLASii m 





Marrufo 



NICOLINE 



" Jim, too, is a leader on and off the base- 
ball field or basketball court, hie is a great role 
model, and he is very respectful to all of the 
administration and the adults that work for 
the district. Not only do they both excel acad- 
emically, but they excel at extra-curricular 
activities. We have been very fortunate to 
have both of them in our student body and 
representing District- UG throughout Lake 
County," added Dr. Davis. 

"They are the epitome of the 
['anther Pride that is so often 
talked about in this community. 
However, Janet and Jimbo hot 
only talk the talk but they walk the 
walk... In the 1 1 years I have been 
here. 1 can safely say that no two 
other students are more exem- 
plary of that Panther Pride and 
good character that we are count- 
ing on in our youth. They are the 
true reasons wc teach and we lead 
in our schools. 1 am very proud to 
be their superintendent. 1 know 
many members of the school 
board who have had contact with 
them will agree," concluded Dr. 
Davis. 

Nicotine, a member of the 
National Honor Society, for his 
part, doesn't talk much about 
himself. 

"I'll probably go to CLC for my 
first two years and see how it 
goes," said Nicoline. "I want to be 
an accountant. Math has always 
been my easiest subject." 

Nicotine credits both of his 
parents and a number of teach- 
ers, including Mr. Sapochak as 
having a positive influence on his 
life. 

The future accountant also 
had some praise for his school. 

"1 would recommend students 
to come to Round Lake •High 
School. The teachers arc good and 
treat us students real well. I 
received a real good education 

I, ii 
HTC. 

Nicoline also had some advice 



to pass on to the younger students. 

"Work hard in school because a good edu- 
cation will mean better jobs and a brighter 
future." 

Nicoline said he still misses his friend 
Mike Lampi and is happy that some of the stu- 
dents still go over and visit Mrs. Lampi. 

"You know, she still comes to our 
baseball games." said Nicoline, with a 
smile on his face. 



FROM PAGE 15 





iiSEt -. -''.Tups 1 .- ■ j -^*««**. H 



SH 






V 





PLUCINSKI— 

flcr brother, Steve, is the one Plucinskl 
admires most. He is a pitcher taking his col- 
lege to the World Scries and is waiting for the 
scouts to pick him up. 

"I admire my brother for not giving up, 
working hard through school to become a 
great athlete," Plucinskl said. 

Even though she is excited about college, 
Plucinskl is not ready to leave high school, 
Her friends mean a great deal to her and she will 
miss all die activities that have contributed to who 
she Is. 

"It Is a source of amazement that Stacy Is 
who she is today," Sharon said. 




Plucinski 



JANOSCH 



old. 

"My family is a big support group," 
Janosch said. 

He also had a lot of support from 
inside the school*— teachers, staff and fel- 
low students. 

"For a school' with so many people, 
one may think" teachers are preoccupied 
or don't know you; but I feel like I am the 
only one the teachers care about when I 
have a question or Issue," Janosch said. 
"Teachers you may not know will acknowl- 
edge and praise you." 

With all the time he spends volunteering 
and with extracurricular activities, he still 
manages to enjoy life. 

When he is hungry, he runs by Arby's, 
hoping they are running their five roast beef 
sandwiches for $5.95. 

. "I love Arby's; it was sent from God," 
Janosch said. 

Janosch doesn't watch much television, 
but during late night reruns he likes to catch 
"The Simpsons" and "That 70s Show." 

Of course, Janosch makes time for sports. 
His favorite teams are the Duke Blue Devils 
and the Green Bay Packers, 

"Since we beat the Bears most of the time, 
it is easier to be a Packers fan in Chicago," 
Janosch said.. 

Janosch has one thing he must do before 
he dies; attend a Devils' game at Cameron 
indoor stadium. 

Looking into the future, Janosch aspires to 
work for ESPN, which he considers to be his 
second family. 
"It would be the pinnacle of sports journal- 
ism," Janosch said. 

Janosch considers himself one to deeply 
care about other people. He also says he 
opens up to people so he makes friends 
quickly. 

"Even after knowing someone for five 
minutes, 1 feel like I have to look out for their 
well being," Janosch said. 

Janosch has not missed a day of school 







Janosch 

since he had the chicken pox virus for four 
days In third grade. ^^ 

Janosch's parents say.ihe". isn't only a 
good student and active in the community, 
but he is a great kid. ; 

"The term well-rounded defines him per- 
fectly," said Maureen, mom, and a marketing 
manager at Oneac. 

Janosch is hoping to make a difference in 
the world. 

"I am in a huge graduating class Where 
every kid is different and can contribute in a 
positive way to have an impact on society," 
Janosch said. 

Janosch will attend the Indiana University 
in the fall. 

He is planning on being very involved and 
expanding Jiis curiosities. 

' "We will miss him next year," Maurijen 
said. "He is a fun and witty kid." 



FROM PAGE 23 



GRANT 




Grant 



Nicoline 



thing else." 

Even with all of his 
extracurricular activi- 
ties, Dan is able to 
maintain a stellar acad- 
emic record. He is 
ranked 27th in his class 
and has a 4.32 grade 
point average on a 4.0 
scale, which is made 
possible by Dan taking 
advanced placement 
classes. 

Dan said attending Warren has made it 
easy for him to be involved in so many activi- 
ties. 

"Warren has some of the best students 
around and it's so easy to get them to come 
together," Dan said. "Warren has so many 
teachers that really care about what happens 
to students too. Warren might not be the best 
academically, but overall it's the best as for as 
the whole experience of high school." 

After he leaves Warren, Dan said his com- 
munity involvement will not fade once he 
begins at Tufts. Dan is already planning on 
participating in a pie-orientation activity at 
the university. Dan will go to Boston the week 
before he is due to begin his college career and 
work In homeless shelters and various other 
community service avenues In the city. 

Dan said he is also looking forward to find- 
ing new extracurricular activities to partici- 
pate In at college. 

"If I Wasn't Involved in things, I don't know 
what I'd do With my life," Dan said. 




Milewski 



M8LEWSKI 



"I have strong 
beliefs and morals and 
I'm proud to say I went 
through high school 
and never drank or did 
any drugs," Sarah said. 
"I've always tried to 
choose a good quality 
of people to hang out 
with, and that's the one 
thing I hope other peo- 
ple will do in high 
school when they get 
there," 

* Nancy Marian, who works with Sarah 
through Healthy Communities-Healthy Youth, 
an organization that partners with FBLA, said 
Sarah is "gifted." 

"1 know Sarah's a very hard worker," 
Marian said, "She's bubbly and energetic and 
works very hard at everything she does." 

Sarah said her h(gh school experience has 
been enriched by those she has come to know 
during her years at Warren. 

. "I've had so many inspirational teachers, 
they're all so encouraging," Sarah said. 

Sarah said although she has enjoyed 
her years at Warren, she is ready to move 
on. 

"High school has been difficult 
because I'vejilways had to be in so many dif- 
ferent places'at once, Sarah said. Tmlooking 
forward to the independence of college. I am 
sad to leave the memories of Warren behind, 
but I know there's going to be a lot more ahead 
of me." 



•>m 



■ 






Student Leaders 2003 



■ 
- 

4 










ions 



3! 



NX V 



§ • 




31 



\ 



■ \ 



X 





•<. 



i Be Seen in Lake County! 

t^ V Advertise in our 
^j -Special Pages Sectio n of 
'the {Lakeland Newspaper! 




Cnnliict 

Lisa Gonzalez 

SperfitI Pages 

Snk'.s Representative 



To Place. Your Ad, Call 
Ph'6ne:^47;-223.8161 

j if- MEDIA Email: clnss@lakelandmcain 



Sharon Amodeo (Alan) Breunig of Spring 
Grove, announce the graduation of their son, 

Joseph Peter Amodeo 

who received a 

Degree of Bachelor 
of Science in Advertising, 

and graduated with honors front the 

University of Illinois, Champaign, 

Illinois on May 18, 2003. 

Joseph is the grandson of 

Kenneth K. and 

Thelma Hamsher 

of Fox Lake. 




ASHLEY 




YOU'RE'CONNA LOVETHB* 



Phone: C847J 546-7790 



824 Rollins Rd. 

Round Lake, EL 60073 

www.asUeyfurniture.com 







/ 



Wall Washing • Trimming 

1/ Planting • Spring & Fall Cleanup 

• Lawn Maintenance 

Call now for Free Estimates 

Diego: 847-546-1 789 

1 5 -f^7{ 





%May all your hopes and dreams be free 
The last four years, though longltseemed 
§was a learning experience for everyone, 
^^^ Life and friends, \\ 
through all tne.twjsts and bends, >< 
\you found yourself, , 
and sawvthe.differenc^one persbnxould 

You mayilaugh*when I say, 
that soon;enough£r** fc »*» E 
you'll mis&this placed 
he memories close towpurihea] 



Tfir 



y-;yy:yy— - -y ^ ; 

Jriendty and 
(PersonaC Service! 




Sp^keep i the memories close totybur&eart,* 
nd^ke^our-ilistVtepJnto.ithe great wide 

^ ^blo^ur^iead^p high, / 

ana*letjhe Mure beyour guide. 

he song goes?- 

"It 's sonwthmgfuhjgredictable, 

but in the endjit's right 

I hope you had:ihe<titt\edfyour life!" 

-Congratulations^iass of 



2003 



IfP/ARCEL EXPRESS 



888 East Route 120 #111 
Grayslake, IL 60030 

847-223-1793 • Fax 847-223-1794 

• Copies 
• Fax Service 
Courier Service 
• Mailbox Rental 
Custom Packaging 







i 






FREE PACKING! 






Larry Desmond 
29 Million Dollar Club 
' 1991-2002 Grand 
Centurion 

Each Office is Independently 
Owned and Operated 

f^Maki United 

- r 3425 Sunset Avenue 
^yWaukegan, Illinois 60087 
'Business: 847-336-7333 • 
Voice Maih -847-263-3105 
Fax:847-336-7350 

E-mail: c21desmpnd@aol.com ^^ r 

f± Website: www.realtor.com/chicago/larrydesmond 




Top Century £• Agent "Serving you; 
in the State of Illinois personally" 

for 15 Consecutive 
Years 

4100 Career Sales 




Congratulations To All 
Graduates and Best Wishes 

• r 

For A Great Future! 




...jBSEzxssm 



:t^^^msgmmiwmt:, 







— ^ ^"™^TzT*^^ m ^ * m " 



-^■»— ^«».»j ifc ^JmtyiM***^ 



IBM 



«w» 






*** ** y^ 'i J M 



-^ 



32 



Student Leaders^003 



LA-Z-BOY 
Recliners 



(( 



Starting From 








Home of Nationally Advertised Name Brands At Discount Price 

•Serta •Cochrane •Keller 

•Broyhill •Lane •Englander 

•Chromcraft •Craftmaster •Rowe 

•Klaussner •La-Z-Bpy & Many More 





SPECIAL ORDERS WELCOME 



CHOOSE THE SELECTION FOR YOUR HOME 
FROM OUR FAMOUS BRANDS OF FURNITURE 



CHOOSE FROM FAMOUS BRANDS 

INCLUDING LA-Z-BOY®, LANE AND BROYHILL 

LARGE SELECTION 



mmmmmm^^ 




&BE0DWG 



r£S 





Don't lei the low price fool you! • Our low overhead and KING SIZE buying power makes all this possible!!! 



WHY WE'RE #1 IN 
NORTHERN ILLINOIS 

• FREE FINANCING • NO DOWN PAYMENT 
•FREE DELIVERY • FREE SET UP 

• OPEN 7 DAKS A WEEK • (0MPIETE SERVICE 



o[Fll@ ©BUMIlEStr p DK1=K1@M1 HW 




/i i i i i i i i''i i Til i a 

ft i ii ii iiii iii nrr^r 



Hours: 

Mon & Fri 9am-8pin 
T, W. Th 9am-6pm 

Saturday 9am-5:30pm 
Sunday 11 am-4pm 



Where driving a little 

will save you 

A LOT! 



®G0 (MJo m H (NODE mWK\ W CSOo. W® 



Rt. 173 



North 



3 



Pimnri Ave. 



FURNITURE SHOWCASE 



We Do It Right! 



• GEOI 



1 Mllo South of Rt. 173 



www.georgetownfwrnituro.net ,' 






OVER lOO DISPLAYS 



^ 

i 



Congratulations 
Class of 

2003 




10-5 
10-4 




cated DoTOTXrtown Antioch 
H blbckeast off 



St. (Rte.83) 



The Antioch Chamber of Commerce & Industry 




- : :»H 





■■' ' 






I !~ 



Visit C^usr ^Wefosite ffor registration inform gmtiomm- 



"£b3LO><2D 



±<gi)ir> 



Mew Location: OrcSmarcl & Skidmore Streets